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CATAMOUNT 



KATHY ABBOTT, Editor 

ALAN WITHROW, Business Manager 



CONTENTS 



Introduction 

Dedication 

Government 

Greeks 

Honoraries, Clubs, and Organizations 

Publications 

Religious Organizations 

Beauties 

Fine Arts 

Sports 

Faculty and Administration 

Classes 

In-Service Program 

Student Directory 

Ads 



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FOREWORD 



ALMA MATER 

by W. E. Bird 

Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, 
Faithful, kind, and true. 
Every son and every daughter 
Offers praise to you. 

(Chorus) 
Hail to the dearest spot of all ; 
Hail to Cullowhee, 
Light and life and fond devotion, 
All we owe to thee. 
Purple shrouds and colors golden 
Streaming everywhere 
Swell our hearts with pride for olden 
Days and friendship dear. 
Under shade trees, friendly bowers 
Voices, ever gay 

Mingle with the breath of flowers 
And the song bird's lay. 
Shout aloud with one long chorus, 
Voices full and free, 
Teachers for us, God up o'er us, 
Praise to Cullowhee! 




WESTERN CAROLINA COLLEGE 



The Life Of Our College 

Is Its Students 




May Day 





Summer Watermelon feast 




Moonlight over the lake 



Afternoon slumber session 




Waiting for the CATAMOUNT 



The Long Awaited 




Who wants to remember this! 



Coming Of The Yearbook 




That got second place '. 



Waiting for a pose 






At The Beginning Of A New Year . . . 




Pre-session conference 




Registration 




Welcome. Freshmen. 



Class schedules ? 




Long Lines Are Everywhere 




Hurry up . . . and wait 




Refreshments 




Our first class 



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Week old news 



And Our New Students . . . 




So this is college 





Proudly we stand 




I have to read this' 



Pink! 







Fun night 



Get Acquainted 




With Our Campus 



Bowling 




Dancing 



The Hustler 




The Mealtime Rush . . . 




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A line at every meal 



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Subsides Into Hours 

Of Classes And Study 



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Classroom instructions 








Monsoon at noon 



Does this rain ever stop 

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"Physical Expansion + 

Educational Development = 
Greater Opportunity" . . 




TKE takes first among Greeks 





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Give em' hell 'Cats 



BSU— First Place float 






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Freshmen on the march 



Annual bonfire 



Our President 





Homecoming Action 



Our 1966 Homecoming Theme 







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Burning of the Beanie 



Homecoming Queen 




Our 1966 Miss 



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Reception for 
Miss North Carolina 



Back stage 
instructions 





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Five finalists 



1966 Miss Catamount court 




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Catamount Pageant 




Tough decision 




A beautiful queen 





Queen Cindy 





And The Familiar Scenes . 



Breakfast at 7 A.M. 





W. C. C. grows 




Cat's open another season 



I was sober 




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That Carry Us Through Winter 




Staff at work 





A few last minute 
instructions 



Cold winter nights 




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DEDICATION 




Baxter Wood 



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Mr. Baxter Wood, Student Union Director and classroom teacher, 
has earned the respect and affection of countless Western Carolina 
College students. His energies and labilities are channeled toward 
those things that work for the greater good of the students. 

A 1958 graduate of WCC, Mr. Wood was once vice-president of 
the student body, which accounts in part for his ready understand- 
ing of and concern for student needs. 

He taught for five years at Williamsburg Junior High School, 
Arlington County, Virginia, and assumed his present duties at WCC 
in 1963. 

His lovely wife, Sue, and two charming children, Deborah, 7, 
and Jimmy, 5, provide a home background in" which many students 
have enjoyed hospitality. Mr. Wood is also active as a Deacon in 
the Cullowhee Baptist Church, Past Master of the East LaPorte 
Masonic Lodge, Past Worthy Patron of the Order of Eastern Star, 
and is present advisor to Kappa Alpha Order on campus. Only a 
man of rare dedication could perform so thoroughly all the tasks 
to which he is committed. 

It is with pride and appreciation that the Class of 1966 dedicates 
this yearbook to Mr. Baxter Wood. 




Baxter Wood . . . 
At Work ... In Class 





And 
At Play. 



Government 
Student Body Officers 




Paul Cabe, Student Body President 



The Student Body President, by virtue of his office, presides at all 
Student Assemblies, serves on the Student-Faculty Judiciary Committee, 
and is a member of various other committees, both student and faculty, 
concerning student affairs. It is also his duty to serve as a means of com- 
munication between the student body and the faculty and administration. 
His efforts, along with those of his associates, keep the student body re- 
presented in the overall college operation. 



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Buz Helms, Student Body Vice-President 



The foremost duty of the Vice-President of the Student Body is 
that of serving as President of the Student Senate. Buz has the 
responsibility of seeing that the Student Senate Committees func- 
tion properly. Aside from this all important duty, Buz serves on 
the Executive Committee, SFJC, College Center Reactivation 
Board, Standards Committee, Health, Safety & Security Com- 
mittee, and the Student Appropriations Committee. 




Much time and effort is put into the job of 
Student Government Secretary. Janet is responsi- 
ble not only for compiling Senate minutes, but 
also as an assistant to the President and Vice- 
President of the Student Body in handling cor- 
respondence of the Student Government. In addi- 
tion to these duties, she serves on the Campus 
Awareness Committee, Student Activities Com- 
mittee, and the Executive Committee. 




Janet Smith, Student Body Secretary 



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Senators 





Buz Helms 

PRESIDENT 
OF SENATE 



Paul Cabe 

PRESIDENT 
OF STUDENT BODY 







John McCraken 

Senior 
Representative 



Chet Gatlin 

Senior 
Representative 



Betty Walters 

Senior 
Representative 



John Roper 

Junior 
Representative 



Bill Upchurch 

Junior 
Representative 






Nick Taylor 


Bill Smart 


Wayne Baldwin 


Sharon Davis 


Kenneth Gibbons 


Barry Steagall 


Sophomore 
Representative 


Sophomore 
Representative 


Freshman 
Representative 


Moore 
Representative 


Madison 
Representative 


Reynolds 
Representative 








Thelbert Dowdy 


Dan Morton 


Jessie Harbison 


Charlie 


Stevens 


Bruce Summey 


Brenda Teague 


Buchanan 


Robertson 


President 


Pres 


ident 


Day Student 


Albright 


Representative 


Representative 


Women's House 


Men's 


House 


Representative 


Representative 



Representing the legislative branch of the West- 
ern Carolina Student Faculty Co-operative Govern- 
ment, the Student Senate is concerned with the 
welfare of the entire student body and formulates 
the rules and regulations which directly affect them. 
The Senate consists of representatives from each 
dormitory, each of the four classes, and the Day 



Student Government. This year the presidents of 
Men's and Women's House were included. The Vice- 
President of the Student Body serves as President 
of the Senate with the President Pro-Tern and Sec- 
retary elected by the Senate from its membership. 
Dean Ratteree and Dean Cosper serve as advisors. 



Women's House Government 






President 
Jessie Harbison 



Vice-President 
Joyce Stiles 



Secretary 
Ginger Lathan 





The purpose of Women's House 
Government is to regulate all matters 
which pertain to women students 
which do not fall under the jurisdic- 
tion of the Senate, Student Activities 
Committee, and Dean of Women, or 
SFJC. Women's House strives for a 
mutual understanding between its 
members and officials, acting as a 
representative body. 



Margaret Cole 



Cindy Edwards 






Jody Inabinet 



Jeany Medford 



Cynthia Terres 



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Moore Counselors 

Front Row: (Left to Right) Athena Brown, Barbara Long, Jeany Medford, Dianne 
Washbrook, Janice Bryant. 2nd Row: (Seated) Dianne Putnam, Nancy Piatt, Beth 
Bartlett, Linda Pruitt, Judith Payne, Judy Frisby, Joyce Stiles. Third Row: (Standing) 
Jane Douglas, Jessie Harbison, Kay Brittain, Carol Wells, Pat Wells, Linda Skeen, 
Wanda Hopper, Carolyn Graves. 



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Albright-Benton Hall Board 

Seated: (Left to Right) Linda Bridgers, Margaret Cole,' Cheryl 
Smith, Judy Sanders, Brenda Grubb, Ann Shea. Standing: Benny 
Smith, Betty Sandlin, Marty Oates, Shelby Thomas, Sharon 
Tompkins, Shirley Moorehead, Cynthia Terres, Grace Ledford, 
Jan Raxter, Carla Warner, Pat Chinn. 



Moore Hall Board 

Front Row: (Left to Right) Brenda Walker, Bunni Messenger, 
Pat Petree, Beth Bartlett, Dianne Putnam, Joyce Stiles. Stand- 
ing: Janice Bryant, Kay Brittain, Pat Wells, Carolyn Graves, 
Wanda Hopper, Jessie Harbison, Jeany Medford, Nancy Stone. 



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Men's 

House 

Government 



President 
Charlie Stevens 





Secretary 
Ronnie Robbing 



Treasurer 
Rick Goforth 





James Breese 



Phil Brown 




The Men's House Government is a unit of the 
co-operative Student-Faculty Government and is 
set up to give the students practical training and 
experience in exercising responsibility and auth- 
ority in matters of government. 



Ted Whisnant 



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Buchanan Counselors 

First Row: Charlie Spephens, Richard Clontz, Ricky Odom, Roger Chones. Second Row: 
Roger Euliss, Ted Whisnant, Paul Cabe, Henry Greene. Third Row: Joel Mashburn, 
Steve Pruett, Bill Sykes, Dan Culbreth. 



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Robertson Counselors 

First Row: Hons Borov, Gerald Gantt, Johnny Rogers. Second Row: Riley Oakley, 
Brown, Danny Jones. 



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REYNOLDS COUNSELORS 

SEATED: Jerry Parker, Bob Folsom, Ralph Sharpe, Sammy Layell. STANDING: 
Doug Williams, Ken Lewis, Rolland Andrews, Bill Sink, Milton Kirkland, Ray Valen- 
tine. 




MADISON COUNSELORS 



FRONT ROW: James Breece, John Dalrymple, John 
Biedler, Robert L. Haywood. MIDDLE ROW: John 
McClure, Mike Powers, Barry Smith, Lynn MacLean, 



Buz Helms. BACK ROW: Lonnie Hepler, James Mc- 
Auliffe, Edward Dellinger, Kohlan James Flynn, Ernest 
Wilson, Marcus Johnston. 



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College Center Board 




Standing: Pres., Tony Hodge; Ken Moser; Treasurer, Barry Stegall, Ken Gibbons; 
Sponsor, Baxter Wood; Scott Thompson; Clevie Luckadoo; Sonny Catlett; Seated: 
Joyce Stiles; Rosemary Parker; Sec, Ginger Lathan; Barbara Render; Vice-Pres., 
Linda Bridgers; Sharon Davis. 



The purpose of the College Center Organization is to promote the social, 
cultural and recreational needs of the campus. The organization, composed 
of students and faculty, is an informal medium for individual and group 
self-discovery and expression through a broad program of social, cultural 
and recreational events adopted to the leisure time interests and needs of 
the college community. 



Day Student Officers 




Randall Jones, President; Wayne Crawley, Secretary; Jim 
Wade, Treasurer; Mike Moore, Vice-President. 



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ALPHA XI 



Willie Anthony 




Barbara Barton Jo Anne Bagett 





Judy Boring Cynthia Carpenter 




Judy Carswell Rachel Cline Paulette Crutchfield Vickie Dickens Dianne Early Beth Evans La Verne Harris 




Barbara Render Judy Lowery Carolyn Lynn Bess McWilliams Brenda Moran Linda Mullis Deena Owens 




Sherry Phillips Frances Souter Connie Shaw Carolyn Silvey Jane Smith Brenda Teague Patsie Whitaker 

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DELTA 



Alpha Xi Delta was founded April 17, 1893, at 
Lombard College, later known as Knox College, 
Galesburg, Illinois. 

Alpha Delta Chi, local sorority and winner of 
the Sorority Scholarship Trophy its first year in 
existence, became Epsilon Gamma Pledge Chap- 
ter of Alpha Xi Delta on December 4, 1965. 
Formal initiation into sisterhood is planned for 
March, 1966. The colors are gold, light blue, and 
dark blue. The flower is the Killarney Pink Rose. 

The Alpha Xi Delta Sisterhood Pen, the quill, 
received first place for design at the 1965 World's 
Fair in New York. 




Judy Watterson 
President _ 



Gloria Moody 
Vice President 



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Ann Ramsey 

Pledge Mistress 



Ann Hire 

Secretary 




Diane Hundley 

Treasurer 



Carol Shaw 

Corresponding 
Secretary 




WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 

Seated: Carolyn Childers, Madeleine Campbell, Janet Burnette, Gail White, Lancy 
Stone, Candy Gibson. Standing: Judy Murray, Carolyn Childers, Nancy Kent, Susan 
Terrell, Beth Patterson, Cynthia Heffner. 




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DELTA 



Kathy Abbott Caroline Aiken Betty Allen Barbara Benton 



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Linda Bridgers Susan Bryson Cheryl Bunting Sonja Burnette 





Sandra Callender Cindy Garber Patsy Garrett Carollyn Greene 




Brenda Grubb Frances Fuggey Lorraine Hayes Audrey Holder Mary Home Shirley Jackson Lana Jones 




Janice McLaughlin Mcthial Nix Yolanda Paschall Vicky Peden Sally Pruett Kay Craig Susan Richardson 




Barbnra Robinson Lynda Sheppard Carol Jean Smith Lynn Smith Anne Spangler Mary Steppe Susan Swaim 



ZETA 



Delta Zeta Sorority, the largest national 
sorority, was founded at Miami University 
in Oxford, Ohio, on October 24, 1902. In 
May, 1962, we at Western Carolina College 
became Theta Iota Chapter of Delta Zeta. 

Delta Zeta fosters true friendship and 
sisterhood. The sorority is represented by 
the colors of old rose and vieux green, the 
jewel of a diamond and the flower of the 
Killarney Rose. 




Elvena Price 

President 



Sally Price 
1st Vice President 



Audit li Duckworth 
2nd Vice President 




Rosemary Parker 

Recording Secretary 



Corresponding 
Secretary 



Kathryn Wilkina 

Dream Girl 




Kay Triplette Susan Winfrey Becky Young 







WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 



Seated: Janice Clearey, Linda Davis, Patricia Toddy, Jody 
Inabinet, Charlotte Terrell, Carolyn Cole, Barbara Wilson, 
Sharon Glance, Cora Lynn Lynch, Anne Farrington. 
Standing: Charlotte Ray, Lucy Wall, Denice Barnwell, 



Linda Boyles, Sherry St. Clair, Cyndy Edwards, Connie 
Daniel, Becky Lewis, Mary Fisher, Barbara Bryson, 
Anita McRay, Toni Stack. 



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Judy Hiatt 



Susan Lowe 



GAMMA SIGMA 




Linda Needham 




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Betty Sandlin 



Shirley Thomas 







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OMICRON 




Nelda Harris 

President 



Treva McCausley 

Secretary 



Gamma Sigma Omicron, Western Carolina's 
youngest sorority, was founded on May 11, 1965, 
and received its charter from the college on Octo- 
ber 11, 1965. Ten charter members were initiated 
on October 17, 1965. The colors of the sorority 
are pink and white, and the flower is the pink 
carnation. 

The principles of Gamma Sigma Omicron state 
that its purpose is "to create a body of women 
thoroughly representative of the organization, 
the student body, and the leadership of the col- 
lege. To unite its members in the closest bonds 
of sisterhood and to attain the highest degree of 
scholastic, social, and service union among them." 




Betty Davis 

Treasurer 



Peggy Hite 

Sergeant-at-Arms 




WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 

Seated: Becky Ledford, Sue Carswell, Maida Farmer, Emily Fisher, Nancy Sherrill, 
Cynthia Terres. Standing: Carol Stroup, Judy Swartz, Barbara Yost, Sylvia Buchanan, 
Shirley Rathbone, Sally Stroup. 



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Sally Barker Rose Biggers Cindy Borden 




Pat Cantrell Marian Coble Marsha Cox 




SIGMA 







Barbara Gaddy Karen Galloway Cheryl Goodwin 




Sandra Howell Susan Hutton Tucker Ilgenfritz Vicki Jackson Trinna Lane Grace Ledford Betty Logan 




Sarah Mrllvanic Brenda Mock Marilyn Moore Shirley Morehead Marsha Olson Brenda Ruff Vicky Russell 




Cathy Scarbough Janet Smith Barbara Ann 

Thompson 



Alice Wade Susan Webster Frances Witherington Marianne White 

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KAPPA 




Judy Clontz 

President 



The national sorority of Sigma Kappa was 
founded on November 9, 1874, at Colby College 
in Waterville, Maine. Our local chapter, Gamma 
Rho, was founded at Western Carolina College in 
1958. The flower is the violet; the jewel is the 
pearl; the colors are lavender and maroon. The 
open motto of Sigma Kappa is "One Heart, One 
Way." 




Trudy Cauthen 

Vice President 



Betty Walters 
Recording 
Secretary 




Dianne McDaniel 

Corresponding 
Secretary 



Vicky Caskey 

Treasurer 








WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 



Seated: Sherrye Kirkley, Sharon Cowan, Mary Lou Corbin, 
Carroll Sheppard, Pat Petree, Sheri Gordon, Sheila Brown, 
Carol Satterfield. Standing: Paula Welborn, Glenna Elam, 



Linda Allen, Judi DeCarlo, Ann Shea, Terri Morgan, Judy 
Weir, Nancy Carroll, Joan Howard, Jane Vavruska, Ellen 
Harrell. 




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Terry Baucom 



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John Biedler 



Paul Cabe 




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John Dalrymple 



Beezar Duncan 



Zane Gray 




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Henry Greene 



Rob Greene 



Ronnie Hall 



Jerry Issacs 




Butch Jones 



Barry Mauney 



Kent Morris 



Tom Posey 



DELTA 






Berry Johnson 



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Buddy Skinner 





Charlie Stephens Bruce Summey 



Bert Suttle Ted Whisnant 

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Jim Woodard 



Jim Young 



SIGMA PHI 



Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity was founded De- 
cember 10, 1899, as a co-operative movement of 
the students from the College of the City of New 
York University. 

When Gamma Tau Fraternity was founded here 
on the campus of W.C.C., they hoped to affiliate 
nationally with Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. 
They became Delta Omicron Chapter of Delta 
Sigma Phi in December, 1959. The colors are 
green and white. The flower is the white carna- 
tion. 




John McCracken 

President 



Clay Burleson 

Secretary 




Larry Sheppard 

Treasurer 



Bruce Barnes 

Pledge Master 




WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 

Seated: Cress Hall, Chris Jordan, Will Abrams, Scott Quillin, Roger Jones, Loren 
Davis, Barry Byrd. Standing: Jim Bingham, Walter Howell, Tom Fawcett, Bob Hill, 
Larry Newson, David Owens, Tom Roberts, Dave Barner. 



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KAPPA 



Mike Ambrose Bill Bagnall 




Mike Brown Jerry Collins 





Ronny Davis Scott Dillard Bill Eaton 




Gilbert Elliot Larry Evans Chet Gatlin 



Tom Halgrim Jake Hardin 



Dean Hines Tony Hodges 




Tony Howard Robert Hutchins Melvin Hyder Gary Jones 



Bill Kelley Clevie Luckadoo Allen McMurray 




Mark O'Briant Ronnie Bobbins Ronny Sheeley 



Larry Smith Don Ward 

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Phil Woodruff 



ALPHA ORDER 




John Reid 

President 



Kappa Alpha Order was founded December 21, 
1865, at Washington College (now Washington 
and Lee), and is one of the oldest national frater- 
nities. Modeled after spiritual founder Robert E. 
Lee, the Order stresses character and scholarship, 
as well as a wholesome social life. 

The fraternity's colors are crimson and old 
gold; the flowers are the red rose and the mag- 
nolia. 

Kappa Alpha at Western Carolina College came 
into existence on October 4, 1964, when the local 
Kappa Alpha Pi Fraternity was initiated as Delta 
Alpha Chapter of the Order. In its first year with 
the National, KA won the coveted Outstanding 
Fraternity and Fraternity Scholarship Awards, 
as did the KA Pi colony the previous year. 



Larry McDonald 
Vice President 




Jerry Chambers 
Recording 
Secretary 



Nick Taylor 

Corresponding 
Secretary 




Bruce Moses 

Sponsor 



Baxter Wood 

Sponsor 




WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 

Seated: Don Lucas, Charles Vick, Tom Ward, Gary Roland, Jerry Conner, Doug Denton, 
David Warren, David Hayes. Standing: John Barker, Kirby Toney, Steve Snyder, David 
Shope, Scott Thompson, Don Craven, Bob Austin, David Rayburn, Bill Cole. 



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LAMBDA 



Dewey Covington 

Vice President 



Harry Books 

Secretary 




Larry Ramsey 

Treasurer 




Anthony Brown 

Sponsor 





Dennis McKevlin 

Sponsor 





Dave Brown 



Fred Cothern 



Larry Crawford 




CHARTER RECEIVED 



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SIGMA NU 





Lambda Sigma Nu, Western Carolina's 
youngest fraternity, was founded on Jan- 
uary 4, 1965 and was granted a charter 
on April 5, 1965. On April 11, thirteen 
charter members were initiated. 

The fraternity's colors are emerald 
green and gold, and the flower is the yel- 
low rose. Organized as both a service and 
social fraternity, Lambda Sigma Nu 
openly stands for "Leadership, service, 
and nobility incorporated into the singular 
ideal of Brotherhood." 



Bob Folson 



Tom Hayworth 





Tom Humpries 



Danny Morton 





WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 

Seated: Richard Blackwell, Mike Rodman, Phil Shook, Bill Biggers, Tom Potts. 
Standing: Ronnie Deitz, Spencer Moore, Gerald Edlin, Stuart Lyles, Ray Chadwick, 
Thelbert Dowdy. 



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Roger Chance 

President 



Riley Oakley 

Vice President 



SIGMA PHI 




Rick Odom 

Secretary 



Richard Clontz 
Treasurer 



George Reeser 

Sponsor 





Barry Adams Jim Beddingifeld Jim Brown 




Phil Brown Bruce Byrd 



Jim Chandler 



Carl Cox Dan Culbreth Glenn Goss Max Haner 




CHARTER RECEIVED 



KAPPA 



Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity was founded in 
Januray of 1965 and was chartered by the college 
on March 4, 1965. The fifteen charter members 
were initiated on March 27, 1965 as brothers in the 
bonds of the Sigma Phi Kappa Fraternity, with 
the intention of affiliating with a national organ- 
ization. 

The colors of Sigma Phi Kappa are gold and 
royal blue with the gold Aster as the official 
flower. 




Dickie Jarvis Mack McCaslin 




Fred Ryder Rick Shaw 




Sherrill Younts 




WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 

Seated: Dick Lankford, Larry Shoe, James Causby, Fred Adcock, Tom McKee, Roger 
McCluney, John Anderson. Standing: Carl Elliott, Tony Baker, Stan Sinclair, John 
Taylor, Jim Marshall, Mike Brinkley, Frank Lloyd, Lewis Stewart. 



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TAU KAPPA 



Ronnie Brown David Carter 




Mike Culp 







Kenneth Gibbons Richard Goforth 





Danny Hall 



Gene Hansen Larry Harbin 








Tim Harris 



Bill Hasty 



Robert Haywood Gary Honbarrier Danny Howard 



Van Johnson 









Lee Ledbctter 



Ken Lewis 



Ronnie Lytle James McAuliffe Scott Mclntyre Dean McMahen 









Don McManus Richard Minish 



Michael Powers Jim Royal 

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Barry Steauall John Vernelsen 



EPSILON 




Buzz Helms 

President 



Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity was founded at 
Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Il- 
linois, on January 10, 1899. 

The fraternity colors are cherry and grey, with 
the flower being the red carnation and the jewel 
the white pearl. 

TKE at Western Carolina College started out 
as a local fraternity, Lambda Phi Kappa, on Octo- 
ber 7, 1957, and on April 4, 1959, it went na- 
tional and became the Zeta Omicron chapter of 
Tau Kappa Epsilon. 





Jim Wade 

Vice President 



Ken Moser 

Pledge Master 





John Brown 

Secretary 



Richard Gaddy 

Treasurer 




WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 

Seated: David McCrackan, Bob Smith, Steve Conrad, Gary Gregg, Tom Bostic, Skip 
Hern, Wally Williams. Standing: Tony White, Robert Brown, Mike Houpe, David 
Walden, Jerry Norman, Mike Willis, Sonny Catlett, Phil Osberne. 



TKE 



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Dan West 

President 



Junior Howard 
Treasurer 



Steve Pruett 

Vice President 



Jim Adams 
Social Chairman 



Paul Farris 
Corresponding 

Secretary 




Jasper Bryant 
Sponsor 




THETA 




Clifton C'ates 



Red Edwards 



Tom Hall 




CHARTER REINSTATED 



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XI 





Fred Harris 



Alvin Harvell 



Theta Xi Fraternity was founded at Rens- 
selaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, 
on April 29, 1864. Theta Xi was the only 
fraternity founded during the Civil War and 
was the first fraternity to be restrictive in its 
membership. The present Theta Xi Chapter 
was previously the Beta Chapter of Kappa 
Sigma Kappa and was installed at W. C. C. in 
1958. This chapter originated out of Chi Delta, 
a local fraternity and the first fraternity on 
our campus. 

In August of 1962, Kappa Sigma Kappa 
merged with Theta Xi. The local chapter was 
installed on January 6, 1963, as the Kappa Phi 
Chapter of Theta Xi. 

The fraternity colors are blue and white, 
with the flower being the blue Iris. The public 
motto is "Juncti Juvant" which is translated 
"United They Serve." 





Reggie High 



Bob Johnson 




Monte Rhidenhour 



Lanny Rowell 



E. L. Thomas 




WINTER PLEDGE CLASS 



Seated: John McClure, Don Bateman, Tom Howell, Bob 
King, Tim Atkins, David Turnipseed, Don Powers, Verner 
Ellis, Doug Yeargan. Standing: Eddie Haynes, Doug Pen- 



land, Dwight Swann, Rich Hutcherson, Jim Minter, Mike 
Quinn, Sandy Davis, Rich Ferguson, Ronnie Scott, Randall 
George, Doug Maynard. 



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Delta Sigma Phi 







Miss July Clontz 
DREAM GIRL 



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Kappa Alpha Order 




Mrs. Lana Holmes Jones 

K A ROSE 



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Lambda Sigma Nu 




Miss Jane Smith 
SWEETHEART 



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Sigma Phi Kappa 




Miss Paulette Crutchfield 

SWEETHEART 



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Tau Kappa Epsilon 




Mrs. Betty Royal 

SWEETHEART 



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Theta Xi 




Mrs. Susan Crisp Swaim 

SWEETHEART 



GREEK COUNCIL 



Greek Council consists of three representa- 
tives from each of the ten Greek organizations 
at W. C. C. At present there are six frater- 
nities and four sororities on campus. The Dean 
of Men and the Dean of Women serve in an 
advisory capacity to the Council. 

The purpose of the Greek Council is to 
coordinate Greek affairs, and foster the prin- 
ciples of social betterment, cultural advance- 
ment, academic endeavor, and religious 
growth. 



The Council meets every other week in 
order to discuss the various problems that 
arise concerning the Greeks. It sets the rules 
and regulations pertaining to Rushing pro- 
cedures at W. C. C. 

In addition to Rush smokers and parties, 
the Greek Council sponsors a quarterly pro- 
ject having to do with the campus or com- 
munity. 




GREEK COUNCIL OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Chet Gatlin 

VICE PRESIDENT John McCracken 

SECRETARY Judy Watterson 

TREASURER Dewey Covington 

SPONSOR Dean Cosper 

SPONSOR Dean Ratterree 



Seated: Nelda Harris, Betty Davis, Peggy Hitt, Carolyn Silvey, Diane Huntley, Cynthia 
Carpenter. Standing: Janet Smith, Brenda Ruff, Karen Galloway, Brenda Grubb, 
Elvena Price, Kathy Abbott. 




Seated: Jerry Chanbers, Roger Chance, Riley Oakley, Rick Odom, Steve Pruett, Dan 
West. Dewey Covington. Standing: Ken Moser, Larry Crawford, Roy McCraw, Mike 
Powers, Charles Sutten, John Reid, John McCracken, Paul Cabe, Chet Gatlin, Roger 
Euliss. 



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2nd Vice President 



James B. Hinson 

1st Vice President 




David C. Hipps 

3rd Vice President 



ALPHA PHI 







SWEETHEART: Miss Pat Whitaker 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA is a unique campus- 
centered National Service Fraternity for col- 
lege and university men. Since its founding in 
1925 at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, 
more than 300 chapters have been formed. 

The membership of Alpha Phi Omega includes 
men who are members of both social and scho- 
lastic fraternities — a true cross section of col- 
lege life. 

The Pi Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega 
was organized on this campus November 16, 
1965. Its advisors are: Hugh Battle, Quinn Con- 
stantz, Herb Pendergraph, and Leland Waters. 



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Jimmy 0. Almon 



Terry W. Baldwin 








Robert W. Black 



Y. Davis Brown 



Bob Buckner 



David H. Campbell 



Almon F. Carr 








Wayne Carver 



J. D. Clark, Jr. 



Robert E. Crumpler Billy J. Durham 



Gerald E. Eldin 








John M. Henzy 



William H. Haney 



Earl Hartman 



Tom Humphries 



Dan McGIamery 








Ronad L. Owens Thomas D. Pittman 



William C. Sykes 



William Thompson 



Gene Vinson 



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ALPHA 
PHI 

SIGMA 



Miss Helen Hartshorn 

Sponsor 




The Zeta Chapter of ALPHA PHI SIGMA 
is the only National Honorary Scholastic 
Fraternity on the campus of Western Caro- 
lina College. In order to be eligible for mem- 
bership, a student must have earned at least 
a 3.25 quality point ratio for 90 quarter 
hours of work. 

The Society's colors are emerald green 
and yellow. Its flower is the yellow rose. Its 
symbol is the lamp of learning. 

Under the sponsorship of Miss Helen 
Hartshorn, this year's membership is one of 
the largest since its founding and promises 
to be one of the most active. 



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Beth Barll.lt 



Barbara C. Barton 



Philip Buchanan 
Vice President 



Gerald Chambers 







Ardith Duckworth 



Judith G. Frank 



Gerrald J. Gantt 



Peggy S. Hite 







Rosemary Jamerson 



Anne Parrish 



Pamela A. Ramsey 



John Reid 
President 







Betty A. Sandlin 



William E. Sipe 



W. Barry Smith 



Shelby G. Teague 




Brenda J. Willis 



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Who's Who 

In 

American Colleges And Universities 



Each year students from approximately 755 colleges and universities 
are nominated for membership to this organization. Characteristics con- 
sidered by the committee in making their selection include scholarship, 
participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities, 
citizenship and advice to the school, and promise of future success. 

The staff of The CATAMOUNT wish to compliment the 31 Western 
Carolina College students who have been chosen as members of Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities. We sincerely congratulate 
you and hope that this honor will serve as a reward and an encouragement, 
for the future. 



Charles Hunter Aiken, Jr. 

Black Mountain, North Carolina 





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Wilkesboro, North Carolina 



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Franklin, North Carolina 





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Charlotte, North Carolina 



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Hickory, North Carolina 



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Barbara Chapman Barton 

Hickory, North Carolina 

Jack Dean Baughn 

Sylva, North Carolina 

John Whitley Bruton 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Paul William Cabe 

Franklin, North Carolina 

Barbara Carol Calloway 

Franklin, North Carolina 



Gerald Thomas Chambers 

Waynesville, North Carolina 

Betty Harlow DeHart 

Bryson City, North Carolina 

T. Jean Dowell 

Olin,' North Carolina 

Charles Wade Hall 

Canton, North Carolina 

Charles C. McConnell, Jr. 

Cullowhee, North Carolina 



Betty Davenport McMurray 

Spruce Pine, North Carolina 

Anne W. Parrish 

Waynesville, North Carolina 

Julia Swann Pittman 

Spruce Pine, North Carolina 

John Williams Reid 

Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 

Benjamin Franklin Weeks, III 

Andrews, North Carolina 



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The Order Of Diana 




The ORDER OF DIANA, founded at 
Western Carolina College in January of 
this year, is an auxiliary of the Tau 
Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. The College 
women who are wives, "pinmates", or 
sisters of the brothers of TKE are eligi- 
ble for membership in the auxiliary. 

The primary purpose of the Order of 
Diana is to be of utmost service to Tau 
Kappa Epsilon. 



OFFICERS 

Marsha Olsom, President; Cathy Scarborough, Treasurer; Patty 
Shroat, Vice President; Sandra Howell, Secretary. 



STANDING: Grace Ledford, Janet Carpenter, Vicky Caskey. Bunni Rogers, Alice 
Wade, Patty Shroat, Methial Nix. SEATED: Kathy Abbott, Jessie Jones, Cathy 
Scarborough, Barbara Gaddy, Sandra Howell, Marcia Olsom, Betty Royale. 




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Seated: Rose Biggers, Alice Wade, Trudy Cauthen, Janet Smith, 
Diane McDaniel, Trinna Lane, Vicky Caskey, Vicki Jackson, Judy 
Clontz, Betty Walters, Vickie Harris. Standing: Mrs. Buchanan, 



Charlie Stevens, Ted Whisnant, John McCracken, Chuck Scott, 
Ken Gibbons, Dean McMahon, Mike Gulp, John Biedler, Rob 
Green. 



Marshals' Club 




Composed of outstanding members, the Mar- 
shals Club provides for ushers at all Lyceums and 
at all Commencement Band Concert, and the final 
Commencement exercises. Members are chosen 
proportionately from each of the four classes. 



Officers: Dianne McDaniel, Ted Whisnant, Janet Smith, 
Trina Lane. 



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The Robert Lee Madison Chapter of the Student 
National Educational Association is a professional educa- 
tion organization which acquaints future teachers with 
the history and ethics of the teaching profession. Spon- 
sored by well-known leaders in the education field, the 
club enables the college student to gain an integral con- 
cept of the operation of the National Education Associa- 
tion. 

The election of Mr. and Miss Student Teacher is the 
highlight of the year's program. These students are 
chosen on the basis of the future potential as a teacher, 
scholarship, and contribution to the local club. 



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Officers and Sponsor: James Smarr, Mr. Anderson, 
Carol Galloway, Jeri Bailey. 



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Society for Advancement of Management 




S.A.M. encourages preparation of young men 
and women for careers in the business world and 
renders a service to industry and the community. 
It is the recognized national professional organi- 
zation of management in industry, commerce, 
government and education. It is developed to 
further the growth of all students by stimulating 
their thinking and widening their outlook. 



Officers: Alan Withrow, Jimmy Almon, Sally Pruitt, John 
McCracken. 



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The Business Education Club was organized to 
promote the betterment of those who are prepar- 
ing to teach in this area. 

The members enjoy programs designed to in- 
crease their knowledge of business procedures 
and ethics at their meetings. 























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Officers: Standing: Betty McMurray, Marty Oates, Judy Rich, 
Carolyn Theddam, Sharon Henry, Rozell Willet and Vicki Car- 
penter. 



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Student English Seminar 



The Seminar is open to all stu- 
dents who have a pervading in- 
terest in the language and litera- 
ture of the past and present. 

They work hard each year on 
THE NOMAD. This is the campus 
literary magazine which serves as 
a launching pad for future profes- 
sional writers. 




OFFICERS: Ginger Lathan, Vice President; Jerry Chambers, President; Barbari 
Barton, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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Open to juniors, seniors, faculty members, 
and individuals engaged in the professional 
practice of Psychology ; the club meets month- 
ly. Its purpose is to encourage serious interest 
in psychology among the members through 
films, field trips, and discussions. 




OFFICERS: John Long, Secretary-Treasurer; P. K. Parker, 
President; Clay Burleson, Vice-President. 



The R. S. Woodworth Psychology Club 





The Biology Club 



The Biology Club Officers plan programs and direct the club in all 
activities. 



The Western Carolina College Biology 
Club is a professional organization for 
all biology and science majors and any- 
one else interested in this field. 

This is a young club having obtained 
its charter last year ; however, it is look- 
ing forward to more growth and pro- 
gress. All interested persons are invit- 
ed to become members. 




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Fine and Industrial Arts Club 



Officers: Tom Suilley, Larry Smith, Janice Owens, and Mark 
O'Briant. 



The Fine and Industrial Arts Club is 
a medium through which students may 
carry on extra curricular activities in 
these fields. Among their activities are 
recreation work, and programs designed 
to aid the students in their professional 
growth. 





American Home Economics Association 



The Western Carolina Chapter of this association emphasizes the importance 
of this field. 




This club was organized to acquaint 
students with persons who have attained 
recognition in home economics fields. A 
chapter of the National Home Economics 
Association, it provides for the profes- 
sional development of its members, as well 
as improvement of the home. This group 
emphasizes the objectives and programs 
of the American Home Economics As- 
sociation. 



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Western Carolina College maintains a very ac- 
tive chapter in the International Relations Club. 
Every year the club hosts an official of the 
United States or some foreign government to 
address the interested participants. In addition 
to this the I.R.C. collects information and various 
materials from countries throughout the world. 
Their main project this year has been develop- 
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The French Club 




Le Cenacle du Gilet Rouge was organized for 
all students who have an interest in the language 
and culture of France. The club, through various 
activities, gives its members an opportunity to 
use the language and to broaden their under- 
standing of the French heritage. 



Leaders of the French Club aid club members in yearly 
projects. 



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The German Club is open to students 
expressing interest in and a wish for 
participation in activities concerning the 
German language and culture. Its pur- 
pose is to develop fluency in speaking 
German. 




Stimulating the members interest in the German language is 
the job of each officer. 



The German Club 




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Radio Club 



Club officers organize programning for the Radio Club activities. 




The Radio Club operates the college 
radio station, WWOO. Anyone is eligible 
to participate in the station's activities 
as announcers, salesmen, copy writers, 
typists, or programmers. "Double 0" 
strives to produce the best in programs 
for the students of Western Carolina 
College. 



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Debate Club 



The purpose of the Debate Club is to 
encourage participation in debate and 
other forensic events through both inter- 
collegiate and inter-club debates. Mem- 
bership is open to all students. 




Officers co-ordinate both debating activities at Western and with 
other schools. 



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The young Democrats Club is a service 
club for all college students at Western 
Carolina who are interested in working 
with the National Democratic party. The 
club attends conventions around the 
state and has several other projects 
which they actively participate in 
throughout the year. 



Y.D.C. officers lead the club members in yearly democratic 
activities. 



Young Democrats Club 




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The Young Republicans Club is a na- 
tionwide youth organization. It strives to 
assist the leaders of tomorrow in under- 
standing the Republican Party and being 
well informed of its activities. The YRC 
meets once a month. Any student of 
Western Carolina College is welcomed as 
a member of the club. 




Leaders of the YRC inform members of national activities. 



Young Republicans Club 




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To keep the body physically fit, is as 
important as keeping the mind mentally 
stimulated. The Physical Education Club 
is a professional organization for the 
health and physical education majors. 



Club ideals are promoted by Western's club officers. 



The Physical 




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The general objective of the Club is to 
improve the mental, physical, social, and 
spiritual activities of the students at 
Western Carolina College. 



Education Club 




Linda Gribble and Ross Watson were chosen as 
outstanding P. E. students. 




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Women's Recreational Association 



Through sportsmanship and a program of var- 
ied activities, the Women's Athletic Association 
promotes interest in athletic activities as well as 
good health. 

Their efforts are accomplished through such 
activities as camping trips, hikes, and Home- 
coming and Sadie Hawkins programs. 

The total goal: a well-rounded personality. 



Club officers promote members participation in all activities. 




State Officers: Wanda Hiceand, Jean Dowell. 




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The purpose of the Music Club is 
threefold ; to increase the apprecia- 
tion and broaden the knowledge of 
anyone with musical interests, to 
give opportunity for practical ex- 
perience in the field of music in- 
terests, and to deepen the under- 
standing and friendship of those who 
have music as a common interest. 




Musical talents are developed by the activities of the Music Club led by able 
officers. 



The Music Club 




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The Photography Club 



The photography club of Western Carolina 
College is one of the newer clubs on campus. 
It's aims are the enjoyment, mastery, and 
furtherment of photography through co- 
operation, efforts, and good fellowship. 
These aims are achieved by discussions, 
criticism of members' work, films and guest 
speakers. 




Sponsor: Dr. Quinn Constanz 



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Association For Childhood Education 



The Association for Childhood Education is dedicated to the welfare 
and education of children. 

The local orginization is composed mainly of elementary education 
majors, but membership is open to all those interested in children. 

Among their projects is to sponsor an Elementary Education Day each 
year. 




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W.C.C. Marching Band 



Band officers lead our growing band in both formal and daily 
sessions of performing and marching. 




The W. C. C. Band is composed of any in- 
terested student with musical ability. The 
band, a vital part of school spirit, goes to 
two away football games besides perform- 
ing at every home game. During Spring 
quarter, the band takes its annual tour to 
high schools in the state. 



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W.C.C. Dance Band 




Majorettes 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Charlene Lusen, head; Brenda Williams; 
Jackson; Mary Lou Corbin; Marianne White; Vicki Russell. 



Dianne Freeze; Vicki 



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Carrol Shephard, Sheri Kirkley, Linda Allen, Janice Clary. 



Cheerleaders 



Janet Carpenter; Trudy Cauthen, Head Cheerleader; Betty- Warren; Brenda Ruff; 
Ellen Harrell. 




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Catamount 
1966 



EDITOR — Kathy Abbott 



The Catamount is the yearbook of 
Western Carolina College. Work on each 
edition is begun during the summer and 
is continued through fall and winter 
quarters. This yearly publication is then 
distributed to the students in the spring. 



ASSOCIATE EDITOR — Danny Ball 




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DELMAR REPRESENTATIVE — Frank Arnette 
BUSINESS MANAGER — Alan Withrow 



The editor and business manager are elect- 
ed each year by the student body. The as- 
sociate editor is then appointed by the editor. 
Staff membership is open to all interested 
students on the approval of the sponsors 
and the editor. 




SPONSOR — Dr. Quinn Constantz 



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FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION 

Susan O'Leary 
Jan Raxter 
Frances Guffey 
Betty Allen 



GREEKS— Pat Cantrell, Riley Oakley, 
Elvena Price, Sandra Callander. 




SPORTS— Caroline Aiken, Gene Burns, 
Myra Fortner. 




PUBLICATIONS— Lynn Henline, Jim 
Hastings. 




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CLASS EDITORS— Seated: Sara Mcllvaine, Kay Triplett, Cindy Garber. Standing: 
Sandra Howell, Audrey Holder, Peggy Mercer. 





TYPIST— Sandra Bailey, Joyce Morris 
RELIGION— Jacky Gerth 
WHO'S WHO— Penny Fergerson 



LAYOUT— Linda Holt, Vicki Jackson 



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PHOTOGRAPHER— Bill Gray 




ASSOCIATE PHOTOGRAPHER- 
Harry Page 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Yolanda Paschal 
Linda Norwood 
Shirley Jackson 





CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS— Judy Love, Audrey Holder, Peggy Mercer, Shirley 
Jackson 





PHOTOGRAPHIC CO-ORDINATOR 
John Roper 



FINE ARTS— Cheryl Goodwin, Anita 
McRee 



GOVERNMENT— Barbara Robinson, Sam 
Hull 



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EDITOR— Jerry Chambers 



Western Carolinian 



The Western Carolinian, "The Voice of the Students," 
is now in its thirty-first year of publication. The Caro- 
linian, a weekly newspaper, not only serves the college, 
but also the entire Cullowhee community. 

The Carolinian is one of the most outstanding weekly 
college newspapers in the South. Its continued growth 
is largely attributed to the many dedicated student edi- 
tors on the staff. 



BUSINESS MANAGER— Ronnie Robbins 




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COPY EDITOR— Gail Verne, Carla Warner 



SPONSOR— Mr. Henry G. Morgan 





SPORTS STAFF— Seated: Don Lucas, Editor. Standing: Lamar Buchanan, George 
Hood, Mickey Lively. 



SECRETARY— Marty Oates 

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COLUMNISTS— Seated: Paul Cabe, Nick Tay- 
lor. Standing: John Roper, John Vernelson, John 
Keeler 





LAYOUT— Dan McCall, John Keeler, Editor 





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NEWS EDITOR— Nick Taylor 



EDITORIAL ASSISTANT— Ginger Lathan 



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NEWS STAFF— Seated: Nick Taylor, Editor. Standing: Gail Verne; Earl 
Hartman, Bert King, Sheridan Smith 





PHOTOGRAPHER— Harry Page 



CARTOONIST— Larry Whiteside 



TYPIST— Rita Bailey 

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WRITERS— Seated: Charlie Stephens, Charlotte Wise. Standing: Mary 
Home, Ted Whisnant 



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Nomad 



It has become tradition at Western 
Carolina College that the NOMAD, the 
student literary magazine, is always seek- 
ing new horizons — new horizons in new 
types and quality of creative writing pro- 
duced by the students on this campus. It 
is the vehicle of student literary creativi- 
ty. The NOMAD seeks to bring the crea- 
tive efforts of the students to the fore. 





Standing: Jeri Bailey, Editor; Ear] Hartman; Harold Dellinger, Business Manager; 
Barbara Chapman. Seated: Carla Warner; Dianne Smith; Gail Verne. 



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Inter-Faith Council 



The religious organizations at WCC work 
independently and jointly for the good of 
the students and the college. To maintain 
and enlarge the program is the duty of the 
Inter-Faith Council. The Council is a co- 
operative board comprised of the director 
and two representatives from each religious 
organization. This board representing the 
total religious program plans joint projects 
for the group and has as its main concern 
a Religious Emphasis Week sponsored by 
all of the groups. 



Canterbury Club 




Left to Right: Bill Woodbury, President; Marie Mathis; Anna Engstorm; Rev. Victor 
McGuire, Director; Sally Price, Treasurer; Marcia Olson, Secretary; Ruth Tucker. 



Newman Club 




First Row: Karen Thor, Chris Little, Judy O'Dell, Nancy 
Partusch, Judy DeCarlo, Ann Farrington, Cindy Borden (Vice- 
Pres.), Babs Harkens. Second Row: Jack Gilbert (Pres.), John 
Fedock, Louise, Majoric, Lolita Bakalarski, Barbara Render 



(Treas.), Neta Pistner (Sec), Frances Sauter, Phyllis Coffey, 
Bill Grace. Third Row: Greg Fedock, John Bloom, Mrs. Grady, 
Bob Maska, Ray Hepler, Jerry Nesbitt, Father Barry, Tony 
Gentile, Dick Kuzic, John Ruda, Walter Lewendowski. 



Westminster Fellowship 



First Row: John Hegelson, Livingston Kelly, David Russell, Stan 
Sanders, Reverand Stanley Bennett. Second Row: Patricia Smith, 
Kathy Robinson, Patty Doria, Diane Smith, Judy Huffaker, Alice 
Snider. Third Row: Tom Petit, David Hemminger, David Wil- 



liams, Walter Nealy, Mr. Will Thomson, Charles Britto, Bill Gray, 
Skipper Dorsett, Steve Madher. Officers: Stan Sansers (Moder- 
ator), Judy Huffaker (Vice-Mod.), Alice Snider (Sec. -Treas.). 



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Wesley Foundation 




First Row: Berenda Beam, Cathy Lowder, Margaret Cooke, Rosa 
Shilds, Mom Lane, Joan Bryson, Linda Johnson, Sharon Henry, 
Heddy Howell. Second Row: Janice Hicks. Carlene Cable, Diane 
Washburn, Brenda Peterson, Cathy Cranford, Judy Ollis, Anne 
Lapham, Vickie Denkins, Frances Witherington, Rita Lowrey. 
Third Row: Roger Sanders, Larry Hendricks, Margaret Farmer, 
Danna Turner, Ann Abernathy, Gwen Long, Mike Nichols, Nivian 



Moss, Kav Collins, Dessie Johnson, Marv Newman, Jim Martin, 
Tom Suxilly, Chuck Scott. Fourth Row: Bob Maska, Garth 
Thorpe, Deane Hendricks, Wanda Hopper, Jean Crawford, Ann 
Rankin, John Swann, Leon Collett, Jim Hooks. Donald Bullock, 
Elvin Key, Terry Lyda, Taby Lutz, Brenda Carpenter, Nelson 
Perry, Bert King. 




Officers: Row 1: Anne Lipham, Joan Bryson, Sharon Henry. Row II: Rev. Mark 
Rose, Jr., Larry Hendrix, Nelson Perry, Rev. Harlan L. Creech III. 



Methodist Choir 




Officers: Row I: Beth Bartlett, Joan Bryson. Row II: Roger 
Sanders, Dr. R. M. Renfro. 



First Row: Linda Davis, Joan Bryson, Sharon Henry, Jean Martha Susan Brown. Third Row: Dr. Renfro, Roger Sanders, 
Crawford, Alice Wade, Rosa Shilds. Second Row : Deane Hensley, Larry Wellington, Charles Kirkpatrick, Lynn McLean. 
Beth Bartlett, Dr. John Bennett, Mike Nichols, Laura Biral, 




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Baptist Student Union 




Row I: George Barber, David Sommeral, Don Council, Alec Boyle, 
Dennis Lookadoo, Francie Roberts, John Amick, Jack Hughes. 
Row II: Diane Burnett, Joan Bumgarner, Judy Rich, Linda 



Batten, Charlene Harrison, Barbara Bryson. Row IN: Dare 
Stewart, Pat Crump, Carol Wells, Linda Skeen, Glenda Freeman, 
Benny Smith. 




Row I: Greg Lockamy, James Hall, Robert Turner, Evan Flynn, 
David Setzer, Jerry Lawing, Jerry Simmons. Row II: George 
Cook, Jim Turner, Ronnie Morris, Hugh Bolden, Frederick 



Gorden, David Hall. Row III: Steve Long, Patty Johnson, Jean 
Hunt, Carolyn Graves, Jean Smith, Dan Foster. 



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Row I: Wayne Carver, Gary Arrington, Jim Hastings, Kohlan 
Flynn, Dean Sumner, Sam Carothers, Benny Roberts, Danny 
Hall. Row II: Elaine King, Beth Patterson, Jeanette Pusser, 



Katherine Plemmons, Vicky Westbrook, Annette Johnson, 
Barbara Kiser. Row III: Gail Jenkins, Gail White, Barbara Long, 
Brenda Moran, Carolyn Kelly, Linda Boring, Myrtis Capps. 




Executive Council: Row I: David Hall, Francie Roberts, Jim Hastings, Robert Turner, 
Evan Flynn, Alec Boyle. Row II: Barbara Kiser, Pat Crump, Glenda Freeman, Patty 
Johnson, Carolyn Graves, Myrtis Capps, Brenda Moran, Linda Boring. Row III: Jerry 
Lawing, James Hall, David Setzer, Kohlan Flynn, Jack Hughes, G. Lockamy, Rev. 
Godwin. 



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Baptist Choir 




Officers: Bonnie Roberts, Dr. VomLehm. James Hall. 




Row I: Karen Koontz, Gail Jenkins, Barbara Bryson, Nikki 
Smith. Row II: Linda Borinp, CoraLynn Lynch, Katherine Plam- 
mons, Sue Wilson, Bennie Roberts, Shirley Purdue, Carolyn 



Kelly. Row III: Joan Bumgarner, David Hall, Dr. VomLehm, 
David Setzer, Kohlan Flynn, James Hall, Frederick Gordon, Anne 
Davis. 



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Jjecuttus 



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Cindy Borden 
Miss Catamount 




Judy Clontz 

1st Runner-up 





Jane Smith 

2nd Runner-up 



Becky Young 

2nd Runner-up 



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Trudy Cauthen 

Homecoming Queen 

Miss Western Carolina 




Joyce Abbott 





Greta Beddingfield 



Rose Biggers 




Zoolie Wright 



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Judy Clontz 
May Queen 



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Jane Smith 
Maid of Honor 



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Trudy Cauthen 

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Senior 



Betty Walters 

Senior 



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Sally Barker 

Junior 



Judy Watterson 

Senior 




Lynn Brown 

Junior 



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Shirley Moorehead 

Junior 





Cheryl Goodwin 

Sophomore 



Cindy Borden 

Sophomore 



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Becky Young 

Sophomore 





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Freshman 





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Cast 




UNCLE JOCKO Gary Garden 

BABY LOUISE Gail Mcintosh 

BABY JUNE Rebecca Hicks 

ROSE Betty Cooper 

POP George Cajigal 

YOUNG TULSA Craig Smith 

YOUNG YONKERS David Hicks 

YOUNG ANGIE Dick Wittekind 

YOUNG L. A Vincent Clark 

HERBIE Dennis McKevlin 

LOUISE Susan Warren 

JUNE Karen Schmitz 

TULSA Pat Hurley 

YONKERS Bob Koontz 

ANGIE Monty Jolley 

L. A Tommy Pittman 

KRINGELEIN Anthony Brown 

MR. GOLDSTONE Bill Helton 

MISS CRATCHITT .... Karen Blackmore 

PASTEY Jim Bass 

TESSIE TURA Gail Whitlock 

MAZEPPA Judy Carswell 

ELECTRA Candy Keener 



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Spring '65 
Gypsy 




133 




Fall '65 Antigone Cast 

BY 

GORE VIDAL 

A Drama in Three Acts 

Characters in order of appearance 

Photographer Bill Forsyth 

Dick Jensen Tommy Wright 

Alice Russell Karen Blaekmore 

William Russell Nelson B. Allison 

1st Reporter Earl Hartman 

2nd Reporter Doris J. Gillespie 

Ass't to Dick Jensen Kay Collins 

Mrs. Gamadge Betty Cooper 

Arthur Hockstader Ludi Wilke 

TV Commentator Dickie Davis 

Mabel Cantwell Karen Sehmitz 

Bill Blades Fred Roane 

Joseph Cantwell Wayland H. Winstead 

Texas Delegation ....John E. Vestal, Dickie Davis 

Senator Carlin Jerry Lee Conner 

Dr. Artinian Bill Smathers 

Sheldon Marcus Stephen L. Guimond 

Delegate David E. Ellis 






134 




Winter '66 Best Man Cast 

THE CAST 

(in the order in which they speak) 

CHORUS Bill Smathers 

ANTIGONE Karen Lee Schmitz 

NURSE Karen Blackmore 

ISMENE Betty Cooper 

HAEMON Wayland Hartly Winstead 

CREON Virgil Johnson 

FIRST GUARD Ned B. Allison 

SECOND GUARD Bob Koontz 

THIRD GUARD Dean Hines 

MESSENGER Jerry Lee Conner 

PAGE John Keeler 

EURYDICE Nelda Hardin 



Behind The Scenes 





135 



LYCEUMS 

Spring 





Town Criers 





Serendipity Singers 



136 




The Drifters 



137 



FALL 




Peter Nero 



138 



WINTER 




Longines Symphonettes 



139 



CAMPUS DANCES 




The 
Shirelles 



Chester 

Mayfield 

And 

The Casuals 




140 




Snarls 



141 




DAN ROBINSON 

Head Football Coach 



Football 



At 



Western 



Carolina 






TOM YOUNG 

Athletic Director 
End Coach 



DAVID ELLIS 

Trainer 




CLAUDE RODGERS 
DAVID FRANCIS 

Managers 

Line Coach 

JOHN WIKE 

Co-Captains: Ruta and Bowles 



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1965 CATAMOUNTS 






JOHN RUTA 

End 



ROLAND ANDREWS 

End 



ROGER COX 

End 



CECIL CALDWELL 

End 







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RICK WAGNAR 

End 




PAUL ROBERTS 

End 





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JOE LOVE 

End 



LEROY HOLDEN 

End 






DON POWERS 

End 



KEN LEWIS 

Tackle 




ED BOWLES 

Tackle 



JACKIE CHILDERS 

Tackle 




TOMMY ROGERS 

Tackle 



BILL STANLEY 

Tackle 



JERRY MASON 

Tackle 



DANNY HOWARD 

Guard 












RONNIE SCOTT 

Guard 



JOHN BARKER 

Guard 



KEITH ELLIOTT 

Guard 



JIM MEDLIN 

Guard 




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Center 




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Center 




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JIM WILLIAMS 

Quarterback 




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Halfback 




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Halfback 




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Quarterback 



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BILL ZIMMERMAN 

Halfback 





DANNY HILL 

Quarterback 




BOYCE PARKS 

Halfback 




ROBERT SALES 

Halfback 




P. D. WALDEN 

Fullback 



JOHN BATTEN 

Fullback 



SANDY DAVIS 

Fullback 



DOUG KING 

Specialist 



WESTERN CAROLINA 
CARSON NEWMAN 



13 
6 



This year's football season opened with 
optimism and expectations. The first game of 
the season found the Catamounts in combat 
with the Carson-Newman team. Western 
broke the tension by upsetting the favored 
Jefferson City team 13 to 6. Tough and ready 
our defense kept the opponents in their own 
territory most of the night, while the offense 
broke the tie with a 90-yard pass play which 
clinched the victory. 




CAT DEFENSE AT WORK AGAIN. 



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WESTERN CAROLINA 7 

APPALACHIAN 

Western Carolina's rough and tough Cata- 
mounts launched an immovable defensive 
attack against the Mountaineers of Appala- 
chian State and edged the Boone boys 7 to 0. 
Western's defensive team sparkled all night. 
This victory marked only the fourth time 
Western has beaten the Mountaineers in the 
thirty year series. 



OOPS, MY HAND 



148 




GO A-HEAD . 



WESTERN CAROLINA 
GUILFORD 



9 

7 



A 25-yard field goal by Doug King in the 
fourth quarter gave the Cats a 9 to 7 victory 
over the Guilford Quakers. This was the 
Catamounts third victory and put Western 
in a first place tie with Lenoir-Rhyne. Indi- 
vidual standouts were numerous for the 
Catamounts. The running of Johnson and 
Zimmerman, the passing of Williams, the 
fine all-around play of the offensive line, and 
the tough Cats' defense were prime factors 
in the victory. 



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CATAWBA 



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18 



A deadly pass in the fourth quarter 
by the Catawba Indians, knocked the Cata- 
mounts from the undefeated role in the an- 
nual Homecoming game. The Cats took a 7 
to lead in the first half, however, early in 
the third period Catawba gained possession 
and scored. Shortly the Cats increased their 
margin. The Indians never gave up and their 
opportunity came in the final quarter when 
Hill took a pitch out from Scott and fired the 
game-winning touchdown pass to Robbins. 




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FOR HERE MEN ARE MEN AND THEIR HEARTS ARE TRUE 



WESTERN CAROLINA 
MARS HILL 



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In the fifth game of the season, the Cats, 
fired up from a defeat by Catawba, crushed the 
Lions of Mars Hill 40 to 0. The Cats scored 20 
points in the first period. The Lions tried to 
move the ball, but were stopped by a tough 
Catamount defense. Outstanding players in this 
game were many. 



151 



WESTERN CAROLINA 
LENOIR RHYNE 



13 
14 



The second defeat of the season came at 
the hands of the Lenoir Rhyne Bears, the un- 
defeated leaders of the Carolinas Conference. 
Less than 4 minutes had lapsed when Lenoir 
Rhyne scored their first touchdown. Johnson 
took the kick and carried it to the 18-yard 
line ; from there he lateraled the ball to Leroy 
Holden who went all the way for the score. 
Doug King booted the point after making the 
score 7 all. Lenoir Rhyne scored again in the 
second period, and the 14 to 7 score carried 
to the close of the half. A fantastic come 
back by the Cats in the final 3 minutes of the 
game resulted in a heart-breaking loss for 
the Catamounts. 




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ELON 



14 



WHAT'S UP DOC? 



The Cats and Coach Robinson showed Elon 
Christians they had their own bag of tricks. Two 
early pass interceptions paved the way for the 
Western victory. Later in the first quarter, Don 
Powers snatched an Elon pass in Elon's end zone 
for a second touchdown. The second half the 
Christians capped a long drive but failed on the 
extra point try. The Cats turn came again when 
Jim Williams launched a touchdown bomb to 
Roger Cox. Elon scored again in the closing sec- 
onds writing the score at 26 to 14. 




153 




WESTERN CAROLINA 19 

NEWBERRY 

Quarterback Jim Williams' 
aerial show led the victory over 
Newberry. Western's first score 
came with less than 6 minutes 
left in the first quarter. The sec- 
ond touchdown followed a New- 
berry fumble recovery with 
freshman fullback David Lomax 
carrying. Time after time, the 
tough Western line stopped the 
Newberry attempt for the TD. A 
two point conversion attempt for 
the third scoring failed writing 
the final score at 19 to 0. 



WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE'. 




GO SANDY GO . . . 



WESTERN CAROLINA 8 

PRESBYTERIAN 7 

The Catamounts ended their 
1965 season with their best rec- 
ord since 1949. The victory over 
Presbyterian put the finishing 
touch on an already successful 
season. This was a defensive 
game all the way. Presbyterian 
drew first blood late in the third 
period. Western bounced back 
early in the fourth quarter when 
Williams fired an 85-yard touch- 
down bomb to Leroy Holden. A 
perfect pass by Williams to John 
Tinker in the two point conver- 
sion attempt clinched the 8 to 7 
Catamount victory. 




DON'T HURT 'EM— MUCH . . . 
THREE DOWN AND TWO TO GO . . . 





Basketball 

At 
Western 
Carolina 



JIM GUDGER 

Head Coach 





'65-'66 Catamounts 





Charlie MeConnell 



John Brintinall 



John Bloom 



Jack Gilbert 





Henry Logan 



Bob Thompson 



Herbert Moore 



Greg Whitman 




Charles Hall 

TRAINER 





BOB RAY 

Assistant Coach — J. V. Coach 



Charles McConnell 

CAPTAIN 




David Thompson 

MANAGER 



157 




FOUR YEARS OF EFFORT 




OOPS, GOT TO GO 



CLAN BEFORE THE STORM 




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WHAT A WAY TO SPEND EASTER! 




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THEY CALLED A FOUL ON THAT...'. 



UP AND AT 'EM 



Piedmont 126-53 W 

Piedmont 124-65 W 

Catawba 105-81 W 

Concord (W.Va.) 98-56 W 

Asheville-Biltmore 84-69 W 

Athens (Ala.) 91-79 W 

Guilford 71-90 L 

North Carolina A&T 79-86 L 

Campbell 93-74 W 

Wofford 94-93 W 

Carson Newman 65-74 L 

Lenoir-Rhyne 98-88 W 

Atlantic Christian 113-93 W 

Pfeiffer 109-84 W 

Catawba 81-89 L 

Pfeiffer 65-75 L 

Atlantic Christian 115-87 W 

Lenoir-Rhyne 87-81 W 

Elon 106-92 W 

High Point 72-79 L 

Appalachian State 85-66 W 

Guilford 99-82 W 

High Point 97-70 W 

Appalachian State 56-57 L 

Elon 87-75 W 

*Pfeiffer 80-77 W 

*Appalachian State 63-65 L 

**Erskine 58-68 L 

*Carolinas Conference Tournament 
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Tennis 

At 
Western 

Carolina 



DENNIS McKEVLIN 

Coach 




CO-CAPTAIN and Ryder and Coach McKevlin 

163 






John Christenson 



Fred Ryder 



Larry Gilliam 



Bruce Lofin 






Van Johnson 



Dick Kuzyck 



Larry Shoe 



1966 Catamounts 





Baseball 

At 
Western 
Carolina 



RON BLACKBURN— Head Coach 



1966 Catamounts 








Ken Hyde 

Outfield 



Bob Maska 

Infield 



Robert Newton 

Infield 



Joe Fraser 

Infield 




Cecil Caldwell 

Out & Infield 




Glen Ivie 

Pitcher 




Danny Jones 

Infield 





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Catcher 







Roddy Edwards 

Pitcher & Infield 



Garnett Teague 

Pitcher 



Carry West 

Infield 



Jim Kimbrell 

Catcher 







Tim Newsom 

Pitcher 



Sonny Hollifield 
Infield 



Red Thompson 

Infield 



Cackie Jones 

Pitcher 







Rod Ropers 
Pitcher 



Jim Bunting 

Pitcher 



Bruce Byrd 

Outfield 



Bill Tate 

Student Coach 



166 



Intramurals 





Mr. R. J. Martin 

Men's IM Faculty Director 



Betty Westmoreland 

Women's IM Faculty Director 




IM Student Director and Assistants 




Jerre Britt 

Marlyn McNeeley 

Women's IM Assistant Directors 



Judy Davis 

IM Student Director 





American League Tag Football All-Stars 




Don Blanton 

Pool Champ 



Fall 



Quarter 





National League Tag Football All-Stars 



Darryl Veach 

Table Tennis Champ 





Tag Football Play-off 



Delta Sigma Phi — Tag Football Champs 



168 




Albright "Trojans" — Field Hockey Champions 



169 




Jean Dowell 

IM Table Tennis Singles 




Jean Dowell 
Judy Davis 

IM Tennis Doubles 




Benton "Knotheads" — IM Speedball Champs 




Judy Davis 

Billiards Champ 








170 



Winter 

Quarter 




Cecil Caldwell 

Freethrow Champ 




National League Volleyball All-Stars 




American League Volleyball All-Stars 





Jean Dowell 

Freethrow Champ 



Jean Dowell 

Basketball Accuracy 




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Women's IM Volleyball Champs 













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Larry McDonald 

Handball Champ 




Girls Volleyball Action 




Boys Basketball Action 





National League Basketball All-Stars 



172 




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American League Basketball All-Stars 




Jim Hooks 

Bowling Champ 




Jean Dowell 

Badminton Singles 




Shuffleboard Doubles 




Basketball Action 




Girls IM Basketball Champs 



173 



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American League Softball All-Stars 




Spring 
Quarter 



Jerry Webb 

Men's Outstanding IM Participant 





T. D. Wilson 

Tennis Winner 




Bill Spencer 

Outstanding Unit Manager 



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James Breese 
Fishing Derby Champ 




Jean Dowell and Judy Davis 

Tennis Doubles 



174 




National League All-Stars Softball 




Wanda Hice 

Bowling Champ 





Tommy Pitman 

Horseshoe Winner 




Softball Champs — "Hitchikers" 




Jean Dowell 

Most Outstanding IM Participant 



Pat Stoutland 

Tennis Singles 



175 




Jim McAuliffe 

High Jump 




Gail Norville 

Shot Put 



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Men's 100 Yard Dash Winner 



Field Day 






Jean Dowell 

National Champ — Softball Throw 



Judy Nickles— 50 Yard Dash 



176 




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177 




Paul A. Reid 

President of the College 




Dr. Reid is the classic example of a 
dedicated educator. He assumed the 
Presidency of Western Carolina in 1949 
and has provided valuable leadership 
during our period of greatest expansion. 
Besides his devotion to the Presidency, 
he has served as Assistant Director of 
the Board of Higher Education in North 
Carolina and has given the entire state 



an example of his service to Education. 

President Reid concerns himself not 
only with the administrative personnel, 
but with the students and faculty as 
well. 

He is always trying to create a better 
college family and is dedicated to friend- 
ly, friendly Western Carolina College. 



178 



Administration 




Frank H. Brown, Jr. 

Vice President of the College 



Mr. Brown came to W.C.C. in 1953 when he joined the 
science department. He is a native _pf Cullowhee. Around the 
campus he is well known for his never ending efforts to 
improve the college. 



W. Newton Turner 

Dean of the College 



Dean Turner first came to W.C.C. in 1937. 
He is noted for the help he has given 
students especially since he became dean 
in 1965. He received the B.S. and M.A. 
degrees from the University of Tennessee 
and the Ph.D. from the University of North 
Carolina. 




John B. Bennett 

Assistant to the Dean 




Dr. Bennett came to W.C.C. in the sum- 
mer of 1964. His position includes professor 
of philosophy as well as assistant to the 
dean. He received the bachelor of arts 
degree from Wofford College and the 
bachelor of divinity and doctor of philoso- 
phy degrees from Duke University. 



Max R. Williams 

Assistant Dean 



Dr. Williams was appointed to W.C.C. as a pro- 
fessor of history in 1964. In the fall of 1965 he was 
made assistant dean. He received the A.B. and M.A. 
degrees from Duke University. 




179 



Administration 



Taylor L. Huskins 
Dean of Student Affairs 

Mr. Huskins received his bachelor's degree from 
Western Carolina College and his master's degree 
from the University of North Carolina at Chapel 
Hill. He has also done additional graduate work 
there and at George Peabody College. 

This will make Mr. Huskin's tenth year at 
Western Carolina, during which time he has done 
an excellent job dealing with student affairs. 





Margaret Ratterree 

Dean of Women 

Miss Ratterree received both her bachelor's and 
master's degree from the University of North Caro- 
lina at Greensboro. 

Although this is Dean Ratterree's first year at 
Western Carolina, she has proved herself a very 
capable person to hold this position. Dean Ratterree 
has displayed a genuine interest in the students at 
Western Carolina. 



Cecil Cosper 

Dean of Men 

Dr. Cosper came to W.C.C. in 1962 as professor 
of education and in 1963 he assumed the duties of 
Dean of Men. He holds the Bachelor's degree from 
Louisiana State University and the master's and 
doctor's degrees from Texas Technological College. 

Dr. Cosper has a deep concern for humanity and 
he has a firm but sympathetic approach to the pro- 
blems of students. 




Administration 




Tyree Kiser, Admissions Officer 




Ned J. Tucker 

Alumni Secretary; 
Financial Aids Director 



Addie Beam 

Registrar 





M. B. Morrill 

Director of Graduate 
Division 



James Kirkpatrick 

Business Manager 




Lilian B. Buchanan, Librarian 




181 



Administration 





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Guy Burchfiel 

Alumni Secretary 



Mac R. Williams 

Assistant to the Dean 






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Billy B. Simpson 

Purchasing Agent 



W. N. Turner 
Dean 



Charles L. Rush 
Burser 





Ned J. Tucker 

Financial Aids Officer 



182 



Claude Holtzclaw 

Engineer 



Administration 




Stanton H. Procter 

Principal of Campus Laboratory School 



Bird Administration Building 





J. Stedman Mitchell 

Pood Service Director 



183 



Business Department 




Jason D. Bryant 




J. Floyd Cunningham 

Head of Department 



Carolyn S. Sheddan 





Arnold L. Barrett 



Bobbye J. Wilson 



184 







Business Department 





Jack W. Barnett 



William A. Ashbrook 




Stephen N. Hu 




Jay I. Kneedler 



Raymond E. Nelson 




185 



Business Department 




Leland R. Waters 




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Lawrence G. Arbaugh 



Retha H. Kilpatrick 



Mike Arnott 




Education and Psychology Department 




Harry E. Ramsey 



Walter C. Fitzgibbon 



OR IttUM 




C. D. Killian 

Head of Department 





Marian Renfro 





Cecil W. Mann 



187 



Education and Psychology Department 



Raymond M. Ainsley 



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Mary S. Wayte 



Joel F. Kilpatrick 




Harold Anderson 




Harold W. Kennedy 




Mary K. Kneedler 




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Education and Psychology Department 




Stanley L. Nale 



Taylor L. Huskins 



Ann Cowan 



Edith W. Ritter 





Margaret Ratterree 




Guy Burchfiel 





John B. Bennett 




189 



Education and Psychology Department 




Ben H. Battle 




Ray Sizemore 




Maurice B. Morrill 




Ralph Cousby 



190 



Education and Psychology Department 




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Cecil Cosper 





C. D. Killian 



Esther Seay 





John F. McGeever 



Cecil W. Mann 



191 



English Department 




Robert L. Parr 




Mabel T. Crum 

Head of Department 




Anthony E. Brown 




Louise E. Rorabacher 



David I. Purser 




Shaw-Shien Fu 



English Department 





John G. Gardner 




George D. Herring 





Ernest V. Deans 



William R. Higgins 



193 



English Department 





Josefina Niggli 



Winnie M. Killian 



Dennis J. McKevlin 





William E. Paulk 



Margery E. Greenfield \ 




194 



English Department 




Henry G. Morgan 



195 



Fine and Industrial Arts 





Maynard Adams 



George Reeser 



Rodney Leftwich 

Head of Department 




Janice Spoone 




William Lidh 



Jerry Friesner 





and Home Economics 




Janie Leftwieh 




G. Thomas Hammond 




A. T. Sarvis 



Theodore P. Matus 





Wilma B. Cosper 




Francile Waters 



Health and Physical Education Department 




Floyd T. Siewert 



Helen M. Hartshorn 




Charles N. Darden 



Tom B. Young 





198 



Health and Physical Education Department 




Ronald H. Blackburn 





Robert G. Ray 



June P. Benson 





McDaniel Robinson 









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R. J. Martin 



Otto Spilker 





James F. Gudger 



Betty Peele 



Quinn Constanz 





200 



Mathematics Department 



Vernon E. Liberty 




D. C. Sheldon 
Head of Department 




Margaret H. McDevitt 




Baxter Norton 



Joseph U. Crum 




Johnny D. Wike 




John S. Growdon 



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201 



Modern Foreign Languages Department 




Carl Linden 

Head of Department 



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Clarence Christman 



Frank Maturo 




Herbert Pendergraft 





Hildegard Wiencke 

Augustine Quilici 

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202 



Music Department 




Richard M. Renfro 

Head of Department 




Thomas J. Cole 

Robert Richard Trevarthen 





Edgar Von Lehn 




Aaron Hyatt 



Henry V. Lofquist 




203 



Science Department 




C. F. Dodson 

Head of Department 




Gerald Eller 





Ernest M. Smith 




Richard C. Bruce 



Tyson A. Cathey 



Julian Hirt 




204 



Science Department 





Filo A. Hodges 



Sanuel A. Dickson 




Joseph Y. Bassett, Jr. 



Louis W. Clark 







C. D. Goforth 



205 



Science Department 




Dr. Botner 




D. A. Mathewes 





Carl Hill 



James H. Horton 



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Social Science Department 




John L. Bell 



Jerry Lee Bonham 



Social Science Department 




W. R. Latimer 




Geza Nagy 





Edward Trout 



R. H. Taylor 




Susie S. Taylor 




T. Conn Bryan 




208 



William E. Calhoun 




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John McCracken, President 




SENIOR 



CLASS 
OFFICERS 




Betty McMurry, Secretary 



Trudy Cauthen 

Treasurer 



Chet Gatlin, Vice President 



210 




SENIORS 



Abernathy, Anne 
Abrams, Virginia 
Adams, James 



Adams, Gary 
Allen, Robert 
Allison, Robert 



Allmon, William 



Almon, Jimmv 



Almon, Carol Ann 



Andrews, Roland 



Arrington, Barbara 



Bagwell, Butch 




SENIORS 




Barnes, Ernest 
Barton, Barbara 
Barrett, Arnold 



Batten, Linda 
Baucom, Gerald 
Baughn, Dean 



Biedler, John 
Bishop, Rachel 
BorinR. Linda 



Borov, Hans 
Bost, Coy 



212 



SENIORS 



Boswell, Charles 
Bowles, Ed 
Brackett, John 



Bridges, James 
Brittain, Linda 
Brooks, John 



Brown, John 
Brown, Mike 
Bruton, John 



Bryson, Joan 
Buchanan, Philip 
Burleson, Clay 




213 



SENIORS 




Bryant, Janice 



Burnette, Elizabeth 



Cabe, Linda 



Cabe, Paul William 



Calloway, Carol 



Cameron, Rosemary 




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Capps, Myrtis 
Carnley, Joe 
Carpenter, Janet 




Carroll, Jan 



Cartwright, Hal 



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SENIORS 



Cauthen, Trudy 



Chambers, Gerald 



Chambers, Thomas 



Church, Ann 
Clark, J. D., Jr. 
Cline, Rachel 



Clodfelter, William 
Clontz, Judy 
Clontz, Mike 



Cole, Margaret 
Collins, John 
Cothern, Fred 




215 



SENIORS 




Courtney, Larrv 



Coviello. Frank 



Covington, Dewey 



Cowan, Gwen 



Cranford, Margaret 



Crawley, Harold 



Crisp, Lowell 



Cuthbertson, Jerri 



Davis, Judy 



Davis, Raleigh 
Davis, Theodore 



216 



SENIORS 



Dawson, William 



DeHart, Douglas 



DeHart, Jean Harlow 



Dellinger, Harold 
Dellinger, Edward 
Dills, Billy 



Dinkins, Larry 
Dixon, Woodrow 
Douglass, Jane 



Douthit, Betty 



Dowell, Jean 



Duckett, John 




217 



SENIORS 




Duckworth, Ardith 
Durham, Billy 
Eaton, William 



Edwards, Bruce 



Ellis, David Edgar 



Entwistle, Parker 



Evans, Michele 
Evans, Donald 
Faris, Paul 



Ferrell, Raymond 



Floyd, Curtis 



SENIORS 



Flynn, Kohlan 
Folsom, Bob 
Forrister, Mary 



Fox, Sherry 
Freeman, Larry 
Gaddy, Richard 



Game, Peggy Fisher 



Catlin, Chet 



Glymph, Joe 



Gragg, Malcolm 
Griffin, Judy 
Hall, James, Jr. 




219 



SENIORS 




Hall, Jean 



Hall, Ronny 



Hamilton, Ann 



Hampton, Anne 
Hansen, Eugene 
Harbison, Jessie 



Hardin, Jake 



Harrison, Charlene 



Harris, Fred 



Hart, Phyllis 
Hawkins, Betty 



220 



SENIORS 



Hayes, Lorraine 



Haynes, Gerald 



Haywood, Robert L. 



Heatherly, Robert 
Helms, Kenneth 
Hendricks, Larry 



Henry, Sharon 
Hice, Wanda 
Hicks, Robert 



High, Reginald M. 
Hinson, James 
Hipps, David 




221 



SENIORS 




Hire, Vivian Ann 
Hodge, Larry 
Hollifield, Sonny 



Hooper, Wanda 
Houston, Shirley 
Howard, Danny 



Howard, Jerry 
Howard, John 
Howard, Nancy 



Hughes, Jack 
Hughes, Juanita 



222 



SENIORS 



Hyatt, Charles 
Hyde, Gail 
Jenkins, Walter 



Johnson, Barbara 



Johnson, Robert W. 



Johnson, Rocky 



Johnson, Suzan 
Johnson, Virgil 
Johnston, Marcus 



Jolly, Gerry 



Jones, Garland, Jr. 



Jones, Kenneth 




223 



SENIORS 




Jones, Lana Holmes 



Jones, Mildred 



Jones, Randall 



Kelly, Robert 
Kender, Barbara 
Knight, James 



Koontz, Robert 
Laughlin, Brenda 
Ledbetter, Connie 



Ledbetter, Max 



Lindsay, William J. 



224 



SENIORS 



Lingerfelt, Carlyle 



Lloyd, Charles 



Logan, Betty 



Long, Brice 
Long, John 
Losey, Charlene 



Lowe, William 



Ludwig, Alvin 



Lunsford, Hoyt 



Lutz, Robert 
Lutz, Toby 
Lytle, Ronnie 




225 



SENIORS 




Mac Lean, Lynn 
McClure, Kenneth 
McClure, Kenneth C. 



McCormick, Sarah 



McConnell, Charles 



McCracken, John C. 



McDaniel, Jerry 
McDaniel, Theresa 
McDonald, Larry 



McFadden, Rose 



McKee, Carol 



226 



SENIORS 



McKinney, Gerald 



McNeely, Marilyn 



McMinn, Joseph R. 



McMinn, Sheila 
McMurray, Allen 
McMurray, Betty 



McWilliams, Bess 
Mabry, Lindsay 
Marchant, Fred 




Martin, William 
Massey, Davia 
Mathis, Marie 




227 



SENIORS 




Maynard, William 
Medford, Ruth Virginia 
Melton, Bill 




Miller, Linda 
Mintz, Allen 
Mock, Brenda 



Moody, Gloria 
Moody, Maurice 
Moore, Dorothy 



Moore. Jerry 



Moore, Michael 



SENIORS 



Morgan, Patricia 
Morgan, Tom 
Morphew, Bill 



Morris, James 
Morrow, Gene 
Morton, Otis 



Moses, Shirley 
Myres, Mary 
Nance, Wayne 



Nanney, Bob 
Nixon, Frances 
Nix, Methial 




229 



SENIORS 




O'Briant, Mark 



O'Quinn, Charles 



Owen, Deena 



Owen, Donald 
Owens, Janice 
Owens, Ronald 



Page, Harry 



Payne, Judith 



Parker, Horace M. 



Parker, James A. 



Parrish, Anne W. 



230 



SENIORS 



Peden, Vicky 
Pell, Joe 
Peters, Randall 



Phillips, Dillard 
Pickard, Jack 
Pierce, Beverly 



Pipes, William 
Pittman, Julia 
Pittman, Thomas 



Piatt, Nancy 
Plott, Joseph 
Portis, Letha 




231 



SENIORS 




Price, Elvena 
Price, James 
Pruett, Steve 



Pulliam, Guy 
Ramsey, Mylie 
Ramsey, Pamela 



Ramsey, Jackson 
Rankin, Henry 
Raxter, Janice L. 



Raxter, Hermit Randall 



Reid, Harrv 



232 



SENIORS 



Reid, John 



Rhyne, Robert Glen 



Riddle, Sammy 



Roberts, Thomas 
Rogers, Alice 
Roper, John 



Ross, C. Michael 
Ross, Hollis 
Rowell, Lanny 



Royal, Betty 
Russell, Louise 
Ryder, Fred 




233 



SENIORS 





Sandlin, Betty 
Saunders, Kitty 
Sellers, Bobbv 



Setzer, Dianrte 
Sharpe, Carolyn 
Sharpe, Jewel 



Sharpe, Larry 
Shaw, Carol 
Shepherd, Dianne 



Sheppard, Larry 
Shoffner, John 



234 



SENIORS 



Shroat, Patricia 



Shuler, Clifford 



Smarr, James Harold 



Smith, Michael 



Smith, Morris Zack 



Smith, Sara Dianne 



Spangenberg, Jane 



Spangenberg, Sam 



Spangler, Anne 



Stewart, Virginia 
Stovall, Tina 
Stratton, Richard 




235 



SENIORS 




Suggs, William Len 



Sumner, Paul 



Sumner, Shiela 



Sutton, Roby 



Swain, Susan Crisp 



Swiger, Donna 



Teague, Brenda 



Teague, Shelby 



Thomas, E. L., Jr. 



Thomas, Kenneth 



Thompson, Charles 



236 



SENIORS 



Thompson, James, Jr. 
Thompson. John 
Thorpe, Garth 



Trammell, Janie 



Trull, Charles 



Tucker, Emma Ruth 



Valentine, Ronald 
Veach, Darryl 
Verne, Gail 



Vernelson, John 
Vestal, John 
Vinson, Gene 




SENIORS 




Wade, Alice 
Wade, James 
Walker, Carolvn 



Walker, Thomas Boyd 
Walters, Betty 
Ward, Kirby 



Watterson, Judy 
Watson, Lloyd Ross 

Webster, Susan 



Weeks, Benjamin 
Wells, Carol 



238 



SENIORS 



Wells, Patricia 
Welsh, John 
West, Dan 



Whitaker, Patricia L. 



White, Carlos 



Whitmire, Frantz 



Wiggins, Clara 
Wilkerson, Dora 
Wilkins, Kathryn 



Williams, Douglas 



Williams, Jim 




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239 



SENIORS 




Wilson, Thomas 



Wilson, Jann Emerson 



Wilson, William 



Withrow, Alan 



Winfrey, Susan Garden 



Womble, Samuel 



Woodbury, William 
Woodruff, Philip 
Wright, Zoolie 



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Ronnie Robbing, Treasurer 



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Carolyn Lynn, 

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Clevie Luckadoo, 

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JUNIOR 

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Monte Ridenhour, Reporter 




242 



JUNIORS 

Abbot, Joyce 
Abbot, Gary 
Abbot, Kathy 
Ammons, Daniel P. 



Anderson, John E., Jr. 
Averette, Roy 
Bagwell, Morris 
Bailey, Sandra 



Baldwin, Wanda 
Ball, Carol 
Ball, Danny 
Barick, Brad 



Barker, Sally 
Barnes, Michael 
Barnett, Gene 
Barnhardt, Steve 



Bartlett, Mary 
Bartles, Mary 
Barton, Freida 
Bumgardner, Ralph 



Blackmore, Karen 
Bloom, John 
Books, Harry 
Bostic, Thomas 











243 



JUNIORS 




Bayley, Alex 
Braswell, Pat 
Breece, James 
Bridgers, Linda 



Brookshire, Mary Alice 
Brown, Bill 
Brown, James 
Brown, Jeanette 



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Brown, Phil 
Brown, Ronnie 
Brunjes, Barry 




Buchanan, John 
Buchanan, Shirley 
Buchanan, Sylvia 
Buckner, Bob 



Burch, Howard 
Burch, Larry 
Bumgardner, Jeanne 
Byrd, Daniel 



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Caldwell, Cecil 
Caldwell, Frank 
Campbell, Madeline 
Carnley, Kathy 



244 



JUNIORS 



Carpenter, Brenda 
Carpenter, Lewis 
Carr, Almon 
Cartledge, Allan 



Caskey, Vicky 
Carswell, Judith 
Causley, James 
Chambers, Gary 



Chance, Roger 
Chandler, James 
Chappell, Robert 
Childers, Jackie 



Clancy, George Michael 
Clontz, Richard 
Cockman, Dewey 
Callett, Jean 



Collins, Carolyn 
Collins, Kay 
Collins, Randall 
Connor, Carol 



Cook, George 
Cooke, Judy 
Corbin, Nancy 
Cornelius, Donna 




245 



JUNIORS 



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Cox, Carl 
Crawford, Claude 
Crawford, Jean 



Crawford, Terry 
Crutchfield, Paulette 
Cutshall, Dayle 
Dameron, David 



Davis, Betty Vemay 
Davis, Donnie 
Davis, Thomas 
Deal, Linda 



Deitz, Ron 



Dellinger, Denny 
Dockery, Michael 
Dockery, Nick 



Dover, William 



Dunlap, Charles 
Duvall, Sharon 



Edwards, Rod 



Eller, Lorraine 



Ellis, Verner 



Ervin, Edgar 
Farmer, Maida 



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JUNIORS 



Felts, John 
Fisher, Danny 
Fite, Karen 
Flowers, Dianne 



Flynn, Evan 
Fornarotto, Frank 
Frank, Judith 
Freeman, Peggy 



Frickhoeffer, Robert 
Fresby, Judy 
Galloway, Jack 
Galloway, Karen 



Galloway, Sam 
Gantt, Gerrald 
George, Randall 
Gerth, Jacqueline 



Gibbons, Kenneth 
Gilbert, John 
Gillespie, James 
Gilliam, Larry 



Goble, Bud 
Goble, Diane 
Goforth, Rick 
Goss, Glenn 




247 



JUNIORS 




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Green, Bruce 
Greene, Henry 
Greenway, Sam 
Grubb, Brenda 



Gunter, Paul 
Guthrie. Linwood 
Guy, Paul 
Halgrin, Tommy 



Hall, Judith 
Hall, Samuel 
Hall, Tommy 
Harvey, William 



Hardin, Fred 
Harris, Marylyne 
Harris, Nelda 
Hartman, Earl 



Harvell, Alvin 
Hathaway, Richard 
Hayworth, Tommy 
Head, Frances 



Helton, Bill 
Henry, Allen 
Henry, Gus 
Hepler, Lonnie 



248 



JUNIORS 



Hiatt, Judith 
Hice, Larry 
Hicks, William 
Hild, Clark 



Hill, Jewel 
Hill, Monnie 
Hilton, Daniel 
Hinder, Clyde 



Hodge, Tony 
Hogsed, Darrell 



Holden, William 



Hollifield, Elmer 



Holt, Charles 
Honbarrier, Gary 
Hooks, James 
Hoover, James W. 



Howard, Janet 
Howard, Junior 
Huffaker, Judith 
Huffman, Barbara 



Huggins, Wanda 
Hughes, W. T. 
Hundley, Dianne 
Hutcherson, Rick 




219 



JUNIORS 




Ilgenfritz, Tucker 
Jamerson, Rosemary 
Jensen, Richard J. 
Johnson, Linda 



Jones, Danny 
Jones, James R. 
Jones, Tommy 
Kane. James R. 



Keeler, John 



Keller, Tim 
Kendall, Jerry 



Kimel, Donald R. 



Kirkland, Milton L. 
Koontz, Clinton F. 
Kovacs, Louis L. 
Krouse, Julie 



Land, Nancy 
Lane, Trinna 
Lathan, Ginger 
Layell, Sammy 



Ledbetter, Ann 
Ledford, Grace 
Lewis, Kenneth 
Lindsay, Mary K. 



250 



JUNIORS 



Lipham, Anne 
Loflin, Lindsay Steve 
Loftis, George 
Logan, Ronald 



Long, Barbara 
Long, Julia 
Lovingood, Charles 
Lowe, Rebecca Susan 



Lowery, Glena S. 
Luckadoo, Clevie 
Lutz, Mary Alice 
Lynn, Carolyn 



McAuliffe, James G. 
McCall, Barbara Ann 
McCaslin, Richard Mack 
McCausley, Treva 



McClure, John F. 
McGee, Karen 
McGlamery, Dan 
McHone, W. Warren 



McLaughlin, Janice 
McManus, Don 
McMinn, Susan 
Ma, Louis S. C. 




JUNIORS 





Martin, James E. 
Maska, Bob 
Mason, Philip 
Maynard, Douprlas 



Medlin, Frances Sue 
Melton, Gail 
Miller, Gorden 
Moore, Marilyn 



Moore, Max Gray 



Moorehead, Shirley 



Moose, Jack W. 



Morris, Joyce 



Moseley, Alta 
Mueller, William G. 
Needham, Linda 
Nelson, Kent 



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Nesbitt, Jerry S. 
Newman, Terry W. 
Nichols, Eddie 
Nicholson, Kenny 




Nixon, Donna 
Noland, David 
Norville, Gail 
Oakley, Riley, Jr. 



252 



JUNIORS 



Oates, Marty 
Ollis, Judy E. 
Odom, Ricky 
Olson, Marcia 



Owen, Berlis Robert 
Owen, Roger Hall 
Owenby, Carolyn 
Owenby, John W. 



Owenby, Charles H. 
Painter, Jimmy V. 
Parker, Jerry 
Parker, Rossmary 



Parks, Boyce 
Patterson, J. D. 
Payne, Ernie, Jr. 
Pendergrass, Mark 



Pingel Fredrick H., Jr. 
Penland, Doug 
Pernell, William, Jr. 
Perry, John Milton 



Perry, Nelson N. 
Piercy, Joe H. 
Pittman, Kenneth 
Polk, Ralph Wayne 




253 






JUNIORS 





Portis, Louis C. 
Pottle, Kenneth W. 
Potts, Frances E. 
Powers, Donald W. 



Pratt, Donald M. 
Price, Sarah 
Pruitt, Linda Faye 
Queen, Edna Jeanette 




Ramsey, Donna R. 
Ratledge, Terry S. 
Rayburn, David M. 
Reid, J. David 



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Reid, Edward L. 



Rhodes, Donnie D. 



Ridenhour, Monte Ray 




Rivers, Jo Ann M. 
Robbins, Ronnie 
Robinson, Charlie 
Rogers, Tom 



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Rooney, Jack 
Ross, Claude O., Jr. 
Royal, Jim 



254 



JUNIORS 



Russell, James W. 
Sanders, Peggy Ann 
Sandlin, Louise K. 
Sauter, Frances 



Scarborough, Cathy 
Scott, George 
Sellers, H. Douglas 
Sells, Richard A. 



Senter, Phil 
Sharpe, Ralph 
Shea, Margaret Ann 
Sheffey, Linda 



Sheldon, Joyce 
Sheppard, Linda S. 
Shoe, Larry 
Silvey, Carolyn 



Sink, Bill 
Sink, Judith C. 
Sipe, Earl 
Skeen, Linda 



Smith, Carol Jean 
Smith, Gary Craig 
Smith, Jane 
Smith, Janet M. 






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JUNIORS 




Smith, Judith 
Smith, Larry 
Smith, Lynn 
Smith, Michael R. 



Smith, Robert R. 
Smith, Steve 
Smith, W. Barry 
Snider, Alice Ann 



Stallings, Robert 
Stephens, Charles 
Stephens, Ronald E. 
Steppe, Mary 



Stiles, Joyce 
Stiles, Linda 
Stiles, Roy, Jr. 
Stokes, Diana J. 



Stoutland, Patricia 
Stowe, Lester L. 
Strickler, Owen Martin, III 
Stroup, Carol 



Sturgill, Ronald B. 
Suttle, Bert 
Swartz, Judy 
Swayngim, Paula 



256 



JUNIORS 

Swelley, Thomas E. 
Tate, Trish 
Taylor, Nick 
Teague, William E. 



Terrell, Charlotte A. 
Terres, Cynthia 
Thompson, Bob 
Thomas, Shelby 



Thomas, Shirley Jean 
Tipton, Linda Lou 
Todd, John E. 
Tompkins, Sharon K. 



Toney, Kirby L. 

Towe, Ken 

Upchurch, William H., Jr. 

Valentine, Ray D. 



Vaughn, Juanita 
Vick, Charles L. 
Wade, Billie J. 
Wagner, Samuel Ann 



Walden, P. U. 
Wall, Fred 
Wall, Richard C. 
Warner, Carla 




257 




JUNIORS 

Warren, J. Loretta 
Weekley, Anna Maria 
Wheeler, Tom 
White, Barrie Stoneman 



Whitfield, Robert Joel 
Wilkerson, Kenneth F. 
Wilkins, Judy Carolyn 
Williams, Patricia 



Williams, Susan 
Williams, Suzanne 
Willis, Brenda Jean 
Wilson, Earnest L., Ill 



Wilson, Michael E. 
Wilson, Sue 
Woodard, Jimmy 
Woody, John K. 



Wooten, Eddie 
Wooten, James S. 
Wray, Joe E. 
Young, Larry G. 



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Bill Smart 

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Mike Powers 

Treasurer 




John Powell 

President 




Van Johnson 

Secretary 



260 



SOPHOMORES 



Abernathy, Gloria 
Abrams, William H., Jr. 
Adams, Barry L. 
Adcock, Fred E. 
Aiken, Caroline 



Akin, Robert 
Alexander, Richard 
Allen, Betty 
Allen, Carolyn Sue 
Allen, Gayla Louise 



Ambrose, Michael 
Anderson, Susan 
Angel, Joyce 
Anthony, Willie 
Antoon, Terry 



Arnold, Thomas 
Arrowood, Hattie Jo 
Arrowood, Neil 
Baggett, Jo-An 
Bagwell, William 



Baldwin, Eula 
Barbour, George 
Barker, Pam 
Barker, Terry 
Barlow, John 



Barnette, Jim 
Barnhardt, Freda 
Barnhardt, Michael 
Barrow, Patricia 
Bateman, Don 



Battle, Janice 
Baucom, Terry 
Baugh, Sandra 
Beach, John 
Beaver, Dale 






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Biggers. Rose 
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Bishop, Leroy 



Blair, Linda 
Blalock, David L. 
Blalock, Frank 
Blankenship, Janis 
Blanton, Freda Jane 



Borden, Cindy 
Boydston, William 
Brackett, Randall K. 
Britt, Jerrie 
Brown, Dave 



Bryson, Merrilee 
Bryson, Paula Kay 
Bryson, Sandra 
Bryson, Stephen 
Bryson, Susan 



Buchanan, Gale 
Buchanan, Kay 
Bullin, Kenny 
Bullins, James C. 
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Burnette, Diane 
Burnette, Sonja 

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Burris, Sondra 
Butler, Jerry L. 
Byrd, Jane 
Byrd, Judy 



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Byrd, Lynn Bruce 
Calder, Jim 
Callender, Sandra 
Campbell, Colin K. 
Campbell, David 



Campbell, Olivia 
Campbell, Sylvia 
Cantrell, Patricia 
Cantrell, Robert T. 
Cdrden, Lou Ann 



Carpenter, Cynthia 
Carpenter, Mary Jane 
Carpenter, Vickie 
Carroll, Nancy 
Carson, Gail 



Carswell, Gene H. 
Carswell, Sue 
Carter, David 
Carter, Thomas 
Carver, Dorothy 



Carver, Wayne 
Casey, Floretta J. 
Chandler, Elizabeth 
Chappell, James 
Childers, Carolyn 



Chinn, Mikel 
Christensen, John D. 
Clark, Harold A. 
Clay, Joe Dennis 
Clayton, Ann 



Coble, Marion 
Cochran, James R. 
Cole, Billy 

Collins, Jerry Steven 
Cooper, Jessie 




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Covington, Carolyn 
Cox, Doug 
Crawford, Marie 
Crowell, Todd 



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Culbreth, Dan 
Culp, Mike 
Cumbie, Becky 
Cunningham, Linda 



Cuthbertson, Margaret 
Dalrymple, John 
Daniel, Connie 
Daniel, Stephen A. 
Davis, Ann H. 



Davis, Sandy 
Davis, Taylor C. 
Deal, Frank 
Denton, Doug 
Dengledine, Doetta Kay 









Dinkins, Vickie C. 
Dowdy, Chuck 
DuBoe, David Steele 
Duncan, Howard 
Duncan, Larry 



Durham, Charles 
Duvall, Shelia Ann 
Earley, Dianne 
Earp, Fred H. 
Eaves, Judy 



Eckerson, Charles F. 
Edwards, Mary Jane 
Elders, Sharon 
Elliott, Carl Edward 
Emerson, Phillip M. 



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Euliss, Roger 
Evans, Beth 
Fagg, Tommy 
Farmer, Marcia E. 



Fawcett, Tom 
Fedock, Gregory 
Fedock, John M. 
Ferguson, Rick 
Fisher, David 



Forsyth, William F. 
Fortner, Myra J. 
Foster, Don 
Fox, Edwina 
Fraser, Joe 



Freeman, Glenda 
Freeze, Dianne 
Frye, Kenneth 
Fullbright, Jerry 
Gaddy, Barbara 



Galloway, Karen L. 
Garber, Cindy 
Garner, Frio N. 
Gentile, Anthony 
Gibbs, Terry 



Gilchrist, Jeff 
Glazener, Wayne H. 
Goins, Roger A. 
Goodgame, Phil 
Goodwin, Cheryl 



Gordon, Sheri 
Gore, Cherie Pamela 
Gowditch, Harold E. 
Graves, Loretta J. 
Gray, Helen Kathleen 



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Hall, David 
Hall, Gray 
Halpin, Robert 
Hamilton, Gerald 



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Haner, Max 
Hansen, Gene 
Harbin, Larry 
Hardin, Frank 



Hardin, Nelda 
Harper, Bill 
Harrell, Ellen 
Harris, LaVerne 
Harris, Linda 



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Harrison, Bill 
Hastings, Jim 
Hasty, William 
Heffner, John 



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Helmes, Richard 
Heminger, David M. 
Hemphill, Kay 
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Hensley, Jerry 
Hepler, Raymond 
Hewitt, Dale 
Hicks, Janice 



Hill, Doug 
Hill, Joyce 
Hill, Kay 
Hines, Dean 
Hinson, Bonald 



Hipps, Paul 

Holder, Audrey 
Hollifield, Sandy 
Hondros, William 
Honneycutt, Eloise 



Hopper, Jim M. 
Home, Mary E. 
Howard, Jack W. 
Howell, Elaine 
Hubbard, Jimmy R. 



Humphries, J. T. 
Hunnicutt, W. M. 
Hutchins, Robert W. 
Hutton, Susan C. 
Hyder, Melvin 



Isaacs, Jerry N. 
Jackson, Ronald K. 
Jackson, Vicki Jane 
Jackson, Shirley 
James, Betty 



Jarman, Sue Ann 
Jarrett, James A. 
Johnson, Berry H. 
Johnson, Eugene 
Johnson, Johnny M. 



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Johnson, Van 
Jones, Danny L. 
Jones, Donald E. 
Justice, Carolyn 
Kelly, Carolyn 




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Kilpatrick, James 
King, Bert 
Kistler, Dean 
Knight, William D 



Koontz, Karen 
Kuenzel, Bill 
Lackey, Peggy 
Lail, Patricia 
Lance, Roger 



Lanning, Ken 
Lawing, Doug 
Lawing, Jerry 
Layne, Ken 
Leatherwood, Jerry 






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Leete, Ralph S. 
Lloyd, Judy 
Lorkanny, Greg 
Loftin, Bruce 



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Lohr, Claire 
Long, Gevendolyn 
Lookadoo, Dennis 
Lowder, Cathy 
Lowdermilk, Robert 



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Lowery, Judy 
Lowery, Rita 
Lyman, Linda 
Lynch, Cora Lynn 









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SOPHOMORES 



Lyons, Betty Jo 
McAdams, Tommy 
McCall, Dan 
McClary, Michael 
McConnell, Judith 



McCraw, Roy J. 
McDaniel, Sandra 
McGaha, Mike 
Mcllvaine, Sara 
Mclntyre, Frances 



McKee, Ronald 
McMahon, Larry 
McNary, Ronald 
Majerick, Louise 
Maldonado, Ray 



Mallonee, Jane 
Marlowe, Stephen 
Marshall, Grace 
Martin, Richard 
Martin, Susan 



Mashburn, Charles 
Matheson, Linda 
Matthews, Jim 
Mauney, Berry 
Medford, Nancy 



Mercer, Peggy 
Mickey, Bobby 
Miller, Hooper 
Miller, Jerry 
Milner, Regina 



Minish, Richard 
Mitchell, Janice 
Mollenberg, Kitty 
Moody, Judy K. 
Moore, Nancy S. 




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Moran, Brenda 
Morris, Kent 
Mortimer, Lee 
Morton, Danny W. 



Mullis, Linda 
Murph, William E. 
Murray, Judy 
Nadolski, Carol 
Nesbitt, Shelia 



Newmon, Mary 
Nichols, Linda Elizabeth 
Nichols, Melissa 
Norman, Danny Lee 
Norwood, Linda 





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Ormand, Lloyd Ross 
Painter, Jerry N. 
Palmer, Ronald Allen 





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Parks, Thomas A. 
Parris, Lynda 
Parton, Micheal B. 
Patterson, Beth 



Patton, Jerry L. 
Peek, Wallace W., Jr. 
Pennigar, Mitchell 
Perdieu, Shirley 
Pettit, Tom 



Pfaff, Eileen M. 
Phillips, Eugenia 
Phillips, Max E. 
Phillips, Sherry C. 
Pickett, Cliff 



270 



SOPHOMORES 



Pierce, Mary Jo 
Pistner, Neta 
Pittman, Nathaniel A. 
Plemmons, Catherine 
Poindexter, Gene A. 



Posey, Tom 
Poteat, Dewey E. 
Powell, John Friday 
Powers, Mike 
Pressley, Judy Y. 



Price, H. Lynn 
Pruett, Sally 
Queen, John M. 
Radford, Thomas 
Ramey, Gerald 



Ramsey, Helen 
Ramsey, Larry 
Rector, Kay 
Reeves, Mary E. 
Rhash, Van G. 



Rhodes, Evelyn 
Rich, Judy 
Richardson, Lucille 
Rinehart, James 
Ring, Linda 



Roberts, Bonnie 
Roberts, Francie 
Roberts, Ja'ne 
Roberts, Ronald 
Robertson, Harold 



Robertson, Harry 
Robinson, Barbara A. 
Rodman, Michael L. 
Rogers, Buni 
Rogers, Donald 




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Rogers, Linda 
Rollins, James 
Ross, Alvin 
Ruff, Brenda 



Russell, Vickie 
Sanders, Judy 
Sanders, Roger 
Sanders, Stan 
Satterfield, Pamela 



Saunders, Larry 
Scarborough, Larry 
Schmitz, Karen 
Scronce, James 
Seawell, Faye 



Self, Dwight 
Setzer, David 
Seymore, Paul 
Shaw, Connie 
Shaw, Richard 



Sheeley, Ronnie Dean 
Shields, Rosa 
Shipman, Kenneth 
Showalter, Ronald 
Sides, Arthur 



Simmons, Everette 
Skidmore, Judy 
Skinner, Buddy 
Slatkin, Donald 
Sluder, Melba 



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Smith, Bennie 
Smith, Charles 
Smith, Nikki 
Smith, Sheridan 



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Snyder, Karen 
Sowers, Thomas 
Spaugh, Dave 
Spencer, Kitti 



Stafford, Stephen 
Stanley, William T. 
Starnes, Gloria 
Steagall, Barry Michael 
Stone, Wayne 



Stroup, Chip 
Sudderth, Bill 
Summey, Bruce 
Sutton, Carl 
Sutton, Charles 



Swann, John M. 
Sykes, William C. 
Tate, Johnny Phil 
Taylor, Guy R. 
Terry, Johnny W. 



Thompson, Barbara A. 
Thompson, David 
Trantham, Glenn C. 
Triplett, Kaye 
Troxler, Jerry F. 



Troxley, Mary R. 
Turner, James W. 
Turner, Robert H. 
Vance, Patricia 
Vaughn, Don 



Vernon, Mary 
Wagar, Rick 
Wallace, Vivian M. 
Ward, Don 
Warner, Linda 



273 



SOPHOMORES 



Watson, Mary Jo 
Webb, Parker B. 
Webster, Andrea N. 
West, Karen C. 
West, Larry 



Whitener, Jim 
Wilkins, Bill E. 
Wilkinson, Sam J. 
Willett, Rozella 
Williams, Gene W. 



Williams, Linda F. 
Williams, Randy 
Williams, Sonya 
Wilmoth, Cathy 
Wilson, Sandra 



Wilson, Willene 
Wise, Charlotte 
Witherington, Frances 
Wolffer, Carey Louise 
Womack, Rita 



Wood, Sandra 
Wrighton, Don 
Wyatt, Salem 
Wykle, William 
Wynn, Daryl W. 



Yates, Linda 
Yeargan, Douglas 
Yost, Barbara 
Young, Becky 
Young, Jimmy 



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Richard Blackwell, Reporter 



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276 



FRESHMEN 




Abernathy, Romona Dianne 
Able, Sandra 
Adams, Maxie 
Adcock, Tommy 
Aiken, Cammie 



Allen, Linda Ann 
Allison, Brenda 
Almond, Hoyt W. 
Almond, Sandra Helena 
Altman, Linda 

Ambrose, Carol 
Amick, John R. 
Amnions, William L. 
Anderson, Sarah 
Anderson, William D. 



Arrington, Gary Hobart 
Arrowood, Donna 
Arthur, Nancy 
Atchley, James H., Jr. 
Atkins, Sharon Elizabeth 



Atkins, Tim 
Austin, Bob 
Austin, Edward L. 
Avery, J. Lewis 
Bacon, Stephen Blaine 



Bailey, Alan R. 
Baker, Iris E. 
Baker, Tony Franklin 
Baldwin, Richard 
Baldwin, Richard S. 



Baldwin, Wayne 
Baliles, Lee A., Jr. 
Ball, Forrest F. 
Ball, Kenneth L. 
Ball, Peggy Ruth 



Ballance, Colon 
Bare, Doughton Charlie 
Barnes, Nancy Alice 
Barnwell, Denise 
Barnwell, James 



Barron, William F. 
Batten, John Earl 
Battle, Brenda Carolyn 
Beam, Eloise 
Beasley, Yolonda 



FRESHMEN 



Beck, Lynda Ann 
Bellamy, Robert R. 
Bennett, Bunny 
Benson, Beverly 
Best, Byron B. 



Best, Phyllis E. 
Biggers, Kathy 
Biggers, William T. 
Bingham, Brenda D. 
Bishop, Tommy 

Black, Thomas Hunter 
Blackman, W. Christopher 
Blackwelder, Larry S. 
Blackwell, Mary Linda 
Blackwell, Richard 



Blake, Mike 
Blalock, Lynn 
Blanton, Don 
Blanton, Martha Lou 
Blanton, Michael 



Blaylock, Robert V. 
Bock, Barbara L. 
Bodenheimer, Beverly 
Bodenheimer, Kathy 
Bolick, Herbert Ralph 



Boone, Nancy Ruth 
Boring, Earnest Harold 
Boulden, Hugh 
Bovender, Bill 
Bowers, Wayne F. 



Bowman, Roger 
Bowman, Spencer G. 
Boyles, Linda Ann 
Brackett, Jane S. 
Bradford, Jeanne 



Brady, Jeanne 
Brady, Phillip H. 
Braswell, Alan H. 
Bray, Wayne 
Breedlove, Lloyd 



Brewer, Barbara A. 
Bridges, Janice 
Bridges, Kay 




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Bridges, Nancy M. 
Bridges, Ray 
Brinkley, Michael C. 
Brittain, Don M. 
Britto, Charles 



Brogdon, Julius 
Brooks, Lois J. 
Brooks, Russell K. 
Brown, Brandon 
Brown, Michael W. 

Brown, Ruby D. 
Brown, Sheila 
Brunjes, Joseph M. 
Bruton, Edward L. 
Bryan, Lou Ann 



Bryson, Barbara J. 
Bryson, Brenda E. 
Bryson, Dorcas Ann 
Bryson, James R. 
Bryson, Sandra L. 



Buchanan, Jerry A. 
Bullock, Donald W. 
Bullock, Jerry Lane 
Bumgarner, Joan G. 
Burnette, Janet Elma 



Butcher, Charles E. 
Butler, Alford Kent 
Byers, Carla Janice 
Byrd, Barry 
Byrd, Gregory 



Byrum, Betty 
Cabe, Nancy Jane 
Cabe, John C. 
Cable, Peggy 
Cain, Janet Elizabeth 



Caligar, Harriet 
Callahan, Judith E. 
Cameron, Joanne McDonald 
Camflos, Josh 
Campbell, Pat 



Capel, Vicki 
Carothers, Samuel B. 
Carpenter, Jerry 



279 



FRESHMEN 



Carson, Jane 
Carringer, Barry 
Carringer, Jerry Wayne 
Carter, Barbara 
Carter, Douglas 



Case, Barbara 
Casey, Judy 
Cash, Doris L. 
Cathey, Charles 
Catlett, James Gray 

Causey, Judith Gail 
Celley, Dave 

Chamberlain, Elizabeth P. 
Chambers, James W., Jr. 
Chapin, John Anthony 



Chapman, Danny 
Cheek, Charlie 
Chrismon, Bruce H. 
Clampitt, Norman C, Jr. 
Clapp, Katherine 



Clark, Eunice 
Clark, Larry D. 
Clark, Maurice A. 
Clary, Janice 
Clay, Robert E. 



Clayton, John 
Clippard, William H. 
Clodfelter, Janis Claire 
Cloninger, David 
Coakley, Ed 



Cobb, Kenneth Neil 
Coble, Carlene 
Coffey, Phyllis J. 
Coggins, Linda 
Coker, Barry 



Cole, Carolyn 
Collins, Betty B. 
Conley, Wanda J. 
Conner, Jerry L. 
Conner, Nancy Lee 



Conrad, Stephen 
Constance, Deena P. 
Cook, Jerry L. 
Cook, John Edward 




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Corbin, Mary Lou 
Corum, Michael E. 
Cowan, Kathy 
Cowan, Nancy 
Cowan, Sharon Lee 



Cox, David 
Cox, Gene C. 
Cox, James F.. Jr. 
Cranford, Cathy V. 
Cranford, Clifton 



Craven, Larry P. 
Crawford, William C. 
Crisp, James B. 
Crisp, Peggy 
Crisp, Richard Lee 



Crouse, Gregory H. 
Culp, Dorothy Marie 
Cunningham, Jacob H. 
Curtis, Linda Gail 
Daily, Tom 



Dairs, Brenda J. 
Dalton, Donald 
Dalton, Lana June 
Daniel, Martha J. 
Daniels, Larry P. 



Dark, Nicholas 
Darnell, Beverly 
Davis, Brenda 
Davis, Carol Jean 
Davis, Jo Ann 



Davis, Joseph S. 
Davis, Linda A. 
Davis, Linda L. 
Davis, Sharon E. 
Deal, Leonard 



Deal, Libby 
Deal, Michael V. 
DeHart, Brenda 
Delbridge, Albert S. 
Dellinger, Barbara A. 



Dellinger, Jerry Lee 
Devonshire, Charles 
Dills, Jean 
Dorton, Charles S., Ill 



FRESHMEN 



Doss, Robert M. 
Dowdle, Lora E. 
Dowdy, Thelbert W. 
Drye, David 
Duckett, Mike S. 



Dudley, Norman 
Duke, Anthony 
Dumus, Millard A., Ill 
Dutton, Gail 
Eckard, Rodney 



Edwards, Charles 
Edwards, Cyndy 
Edwards, Ralph E., Jr. 
Efird, Jay Roger 
Elliott, Jackie S. 



Elliott, Keith 
English, Linda R. 
Ensing, Marge 
Ensley, George 
Evans, Lela E. 



Faircloth, Mike 
Farley, Margaret 
Farmer, Lee H. 
Farrington, Anne 
Felts, Judy 



Ferguson, Penny 
Fisher, David W. 
Fisher, Mary Sue 
Fleagle, Eddie 
Fleming, Sheila D. 



Floyd, Timothy W. 
Fogleman, Lee Craig 
Forbes, Henry F. 
Forrest, Rudy 
Forrister, Dannie 



Foster, Kathy Elaine 
Fox, Larry P. 
Fowler, David William 
Francis, Sandra Kay 
Franklin, Frances 



Franklin, Martha J. 
Freeze, Phillip D. 
Friedman, Donna 
Fuentes, Pedro Angel 








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Fulbright, Kenneth M. 
Funderburk, Eddie 
Garner, David 
Garner, Janet F. 
Garrett, Laurence R. 



Gibbs, Patricia 
Gibson, Julia L. 
Gibson, Sandra 
Gibson, William R. 
Gilbert, Sue 



GHliam, Patsy L. 
Ginn, Pat 
Ginn, Susan 
Glance, Sharon 
Glasco, Debbie 



Glenn, Mary Anne 
Goforth, James T. 
Gordon, Frederick 
Gauge, Eddie 
Grace, William E. 



Graham, Tommy 
Grant, Maureen A. 
Gray, Joe H. 
Green, Donald C. 
Greene, Joseph A. 



Greenwood, George G. 
Griffin, John L. 
Grogan, Sheila M. 
Grooms, Joseph B. 
Groover, Katherine 



Hagemeyer, Richard H. 
Hair, John S., Jr. 
Haithcock, Howard S. 
Hall, Cress Stevens 
Hall, Danny 



Hall, F. Grady 
Hall, Jonathan David 
Hamilton, Robert J. 
Hancock, Rhonda 
Hanes, Sara Kelly 



Hanks, Hall S. 
Hardes, Donna Lynn 
Hardin, Carolyn Jean 



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FRESHMEN 

Hardin, Robert S. 
Harrill, Allen Mark 
Harris, Gregory Logan 
Harris, Ronald 
Hart, D. Harrison 



Harvell, Donald J. 
Hatchett, Johnny 
Hattersley, Jay 
Hawkins, Elizabeth 
Hawkins, Kenneth 



Hayes, Elizabeth R. 
Haynes, Clara 
Head, Jackie 
Headrick, Mary 
Hearn, Walter Lee 



Hefner, Ralph, Jr. 
Helgeson, John F. 
Helms, Robert 
Helms, Ted Carl 
Henke, Ken E. 



Henkel, John, Jr. 
Henline, Lynn 
Hensley, Rachel 
Henson, Brenda K. 
Herring, Tom 



Hicks, Bob 
Hill, Billie Jo 
Hill, Danny 
Hill, Jane C. 
Hill, Rebecca E. 



Hill, Robert P. 
Hilliard, Richard 
Hines, L. Keith 
Hix, Richard 
Hodge, George W. 



Hogan, Thomas H. 
Holbrook, William 
Holden, John 
Holden, Lynn 
Holden, Pamela 



Holland, Barbara A. 
Hollifield, Suzanne 
Hollis, Larry 
Holt, Donna 








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FRESHMEN 

Holt, James K. 
Holt, Joe 
Honeycutt, David 
Hood, George 
Hooks, Stephen D. 



Hooper, Claudia 
Hooper, Geoffrey 
Hooper, Mary Lou 
Hooper, Rosamunde 
Hooper, Teresa 



Hoover, Gerald D. 
Hopkins, David E. 
Hopper, Max H. 
Horn, Louise 
Home, Barbara 



Home, Delbert 
Homer, Donna Sue 
Horton, Sandra 
Houpe, Mike 
Houston, William M. 



Howard, Joan E. 
Howell, Thomas G. 
Howell, Walter 
Hoyle, Vernon J. 
Hubbard, Tony A. 



Hudson, Harold 
Hughes, Donnis 
Hull, Lynda Rose 
Hunter, Theron L. 
Hunter, Thomas 



Hutchens, Jim 
Hutchins, Marsha 
Inabinet, Jody 
Irvin, Daniel L. 
Jackson, Patsy 



James, Michael H. 
Jenkins, Leona A. 
Jenkins, Patricia G. 
Jiles, Sandra 
Johnson, Clydia L. 



Johnson, Donald W. 
Johnson, Patti 
Johnston, Neala 
Jolley, Judy 



285 



FRESHMEN 

Jones, David Holland 
Jones, Jackie 
Jones, Janice C. 
Jones, Judy E. 
Jones, Larry V. 



Jones, Roger 
Jordan, Chris D. 
Jordan, Stanley 
Joyner, Patricia 
Julian, Harry G., Ill 



Keener, Joyce 
Keenum, Margaret 
Keever, Susan 
Keller, Dewey L. 
Kelley, Jimmy 



Kellis, Paul Ronald 

Kidd, Kay 

King, Bob 

King, F. Cozzette 

Knight, Sherry 



Lail, Terry P. 
Lamb, James E. 
Lancaster, Jacqueline 
Lancaster, Kathey 
Lance, Thomas S. 



Landers, Brenda 
Lane, Charles 
Langley, James H. 
Lanier, Randall C. 
Lankford, Jesse R., Jr. 



Lanning, Rebecca 
Lassiter, William 
Lauder, Thomas, III 
Lawrence, Mary A. 
Lawrence, Sidney E. 



Ledford, Becky 
Ledford, Sherry D. 
Lee, Sherri M. 
Leger, Blenda 
Lesley, Beniamin F., Jr. 



Leuzinger, Carol 
Lewandowski, Walter F., Jr. 
Lewis, Becky 
Lewter. Randall 




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Lindsay, Peggy 
Lineberger, Brenda 
Little, Chrystine A. 
Lively, Michael S. 
Linney, Lolita E. 



Lloyd, Ed 
Lloyd, Frank 
Lominac, Jane 
Long, Connie 
MacDonald, Janet 



McCall, Frieda Ann 
McClellan, Chris 
McCluney, Roger S. 
McClure, Dale 
McClure, Robert L., Jr. 



McConnell, George 
McConnell, William G., Jr. 
McCormick, Patricia 
McCracken, David 
McCracken, Jane 



McCracken, Michael 
McCurry, Melvin K. 
McCutcheon, Carl Edwin 
McDaniel, Jeannie 
McDaniel, Teresa 



McGhee, Ray 
McGinnis, Linda S. 
McGlamery, Pat 
Mclntyre, Edsel Howard, Jr. 
Mclntyre, Herbert 



McKee, Thomas H., Jr. 
McLaurin, Kathryn M. 
McLean, Russell L. 
McMahan, Jerry R. 
McMillian, Nancy Jean 



McRae, Anita 
Mann, Gary Edwin 
Marshall, James I. 
Mashburn, Patricia 
Mason, Randy C. 



Matheny, Gerald W. 
Mathes, Nickey H. 
Maxwell, Dorothy Ann 



FRESHMEN 

May, J .Randall 
Maynard, Teddy Ray 
Mears, Greg 
Medlin, Linda Gene 
Mehaffey, Charles 



Mendez, Janet C. 
Mercier, Susan E. 
Merrill, John Garland, Jr. 
Merritt, Muriel Jean 
Michael, Barry W. 



Miles, Judy E. 
Milholland, John L. 
Miller, Barbara G. 
Miller, Shirley Ann 
Mills, Jimmy L. 



Mills, Nelda 
Millsaps, Bobbie Jo 
Moody, Kyra 
Moore, Anne Katherine 
Moore, Barbara Irene 



Moore, Carroll 
Moore, James Robert 
Moore, Rick 
Moore, Sandra 
Moore, Spencer 



Moore, Stephen Preston 
Morgan, Larry Clyde 
Morgan, Mary Louise 
Morgan, Terry E. 
Morissette, Margo 



Morris, Ronnie 
Morrow, Joan Marlene 
Morrow, Macfie 
Morton, Donald Robert 
Moses, Barbara 



Moses, Eddie J. 
Moss, Linda Vivian 
Moss, Mary Jim 
Moss, Opal Lee 
Moulton, Ronald C. 



Munday, Gary Leon 
Murphy, Patricia A. 
Murphy, Wally 
Murray, Linda Jo 




288 




FRESHMEN 

Muse, John C. 
Nail, Richard Wayne 
Nash, Wilbert 
Neely, Walter H., Jr. 
Nelson, Earl W. 



Newell, Johnnie, Jr. 
Newman, James E., Jr. 
Newman, Sandy 
Newsom, Larry W. 
Newton, Robert 



Nichols, B. Lynn 
Nichols, Michael R. 
Nichols, Tanis 
Nicholson, Betty L. 
Nicholson, Charlie B 



Nicholson, David 
Nix, Patsy 
Nodine, Ronnie 
Norman, Jerry G. 
Norman, John W., Jr. 



Norman, Steve Wayne 
Norris, Thomas E. 
Norton, Phyllis 
Norwood, Carol Ann 
O'Dear, Gloria Jean 



O'Dell, Judy 
Oliver, Martha Anne 
Orren, James Frank 
Osborne, Phil 
Owens, Dallas D., Jr. 



Owens, Guy M. 
Pabon, Alberta 
Pace, Ector Hobart, Jr. 
Page, Richard Edward 
Paine, Sidney Lee 



Painter, J. H. 
Painter, Richard 
Pannell, Karen 
Pardue, Peggy 
Parham, James E. 



Parker, Barbara Lynn 
Parker, Jim 
Parker, Kenneth 



289 



FRESHMEN 



Parker, Stephen L. 
Parris. Gail 
Parsons, Kay 

Parton, Tony 
Partusch, Anna Marie 



Partusch, Nancy R. 
Payne, Arthur K. 
Payne, Lindsay Shields 
Payne, Philip E. 
Pearson, Ronnie Lee 



Pease, William N. 
Peek, Mary K. 
Pendergrass, Willard R. 
Pendry, Linda 
Penland, Bill 



Penninger, Darrell 
Penninger, Phyllis 
Perry, Dennis Ray 
Perry, Elissa Ruth 
Peters, Betha L. 



Petree, Pat 

Phifer, Patricia Ann 
Philbeck, Ricky 
Phillips, Carrol Rex 
Phillips, Dale 



Phillips, Lamarr 
Phillips, Linda 
Phillips, Nan Melinda 
Pitman, James Lewis 
Plott, Carol Jean 



Pointer, Jack L., Jr. 
Potts, Thomas 0. 
Powell, Gene 
Prebeck, Frank S. 
Preslar, Ken 



Pressley, Marvin Ray 
Pressley, Van Duerant 
Price, Catherine 
Priddy, Larry W. 
Proud, James R. 



Pusser, Jeanette 
Putnam, Peter Lee 
Queen, Carolyn 




290 



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Queen, Dallas Lewis 
Quellin, Scott 
Quinn, William C. 
Railey, Danny 
Ramsey, Don, Jr. 



Ramsey, Sandra Sue 
Rankin, Anne 
Ratcliffe, Charles 
Rathbone, James A. 
Ray, Charlotte 



Ray, James P. 
Ray, Lynda Darlene 
Reeves, Martha 
Reger, Rebecca M. 
Reno, Tom 



Revis, Kay 
Revis, Mary Jane 
Reynolds, Dorothy 
Rhea, Claudia 
Rhyne, Robert L. 



Richardson, John T. 
Roane, Fred W. 
Roberson, Ben 
Roberson, Dale 
Roberts, Bennie Jo 



Roberts, David F. 
Roberts, Judy 
Roberts, Thomas W. 
Robertson, Dudley 
Robbins, Harry G. 



Robinson, Catherine 
Robinson, June Eizabeth 
Roddey, Ed 
Rogers, Claude R. 
Rogers, Ronald C. 



Rogers, Stephen A. 
Roland, Gary 
Russell, David Kitchen 
Russell, Mildred Irene 
Rutland, Sally 



Sampson, Jim 
Satterfield, Carol 
Saunders, Joe 



291 



FRESHMEN 

Sawyer, Gerald E. 
Sawyer, Joan M. 
Scarborough, Jack P. 
Schlesinger, Dorothy Claire 
Schwartz, Steven 



Scott, Linda Kay 
Scott, Sam B. 
Scruggs, James W., Jr. 
Seay, Linda 
Sechrist, Lonnie R. 



Secrest, Larry L. 
Segers, David 
Sexton, Larry 
Sharar, Monty R. 
Shelton, Bill 



Sheppard, Caroll 
Sherrill, Allen 
Sherrill, Nancy E. 
Shinn, Michael E. 
Shoe, Patsy Jean 



Shoffner, David 
Shook, H. P., II 
Shope, David Nelson 
Shope, Pete 
Shope, Richard C. 



Shuler, Virginia 
Sigmon, Vickie 
Silver, Rita Ann 
Silvers, John D. 
Simmons, Jerry Lee 



Simpson, David F. 
Simril, Dolores 
Sinclair, Stanley R. 
Sisk, Virginia Dianne 
Sistrunk, Dolly Sue 



Slagle, Mary Frances 
Small, Johnny H. 
Smathers, Lou Ellen 
Smith, Audrey V. 
Smith, Bob 



Smith, Donna Rochelle 
Smith, E. Richard 
Smith, Harold 
Smith, Keith 




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Smith, Patricia Kaie 
Smith, Robert L. 
Smith, Sandra 
Smith, William Spencer 
Snipes, Libby 



Snyder, Beverly Ann 
Snyder, Steve 
Sorrelles, James D. 
Sorrelles, James R. 
Sorrelles, Rita Jane 



Speer, -Eddie 
Spencer, Elizabeth 
Splawn, Margaret 
Spurling, Karen Eunice 
Stack, Toni Lynn 



Stacy, Linda 
Staley, Steve R. 
Stallings, Joan Marie 
Stanislawski, Carol 
Starks, Sibyl M. 



Starnes, William F. 
St. Clair, Sherry Dianne 
Steele, Ginger 
Stephens, Nancy 
Stephens, Sophie M. 



Stevenson, Norma 
Stewart, John H. 
Stewart, Lewis E. 
Stone, Lancy 
Stonestreet, John Ray 



Stringer, Patrick H. 
Stroup, Sally 
Sturgill, David 
Sturgis, Harvey A., Jr. 
Stutts, Jerry 



Sudderth, Kenneth 
Sumerel, Elmo David 
Sumner, Linda 
Sutphin, Timothy 
Sutton, Linda 



Swaggerty, Carol Ann 
Swayngim, Carroll 
Sweeney, Leroy E., Jr. 



293 



FRESHMEN 

Tapy, Patricia L. 
Tate, Danny H. 
Taylor, Carol Ann 
Taylor, Jim 
Taylor, John Edward 



Taylor, Margaret Elizabeth 
Taylor, Thomas H. 
Teague, Garnett E., Jr. 
Teasley, Kenneth 
Terr, Walter William, Jr. 



Terrell, Susan 
Tesh, Richard A. 
Thomas, Dorothy J. 
Thomas, Linda 
Thompson, Charles Scott 



Thompson, Jim 
Thompson, Lowell Douglas 
Thore, Karen Leigh 
Toney, Virle Dulette 
Totty, Patricia 



Towe, Brenda 
Trail, John C. 
Trott, Brenda Dail 
Truett, Richard A. 
Trull, Johnny R. 



Tucker, Patricia Ann 
Turbyfill, Randall 
Turner, Donna Kaye 
Turner, James D. 
Turner, M. Louise 



Tyler, Gary J. 
Tysinger, Dale Lee 
Tysinger, Joe 
Underwood, George, Jr. 
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Watson, Joseph W. 
Watson, Neal D. 



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Weaver, George 
Webb, Donna 
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Winkler, Dorland T. 



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Wohlford, Roger A, 
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Woody, Sandra Lee 



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Warshan, George R. 
Wright, Robbie Ann 
Wright, Tommy 
Yelton, Michael R. 



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Yost, Danny Ray 
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expanded in order to serve the industries and businesses of this area and 
help them up-grade the educational standards of their personnel. How- 
ever, the In-Service Program is open to anyone who meets the admissions 
standards. 

The In-Service Program is established so that two 3-hour courses each 
eleven weeks quarter are completed on the campus, and one class during' 
the regular school year. Courses on campus in the summer are taught, 
thus enabling an In-Service student to obtain a B.S. degree in Business 
Administration within six years. 

The In-Service Program has expanded rapidly since its establishment 
in 1959. This program, the only one of its kind, should prove successful. 




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In-Service Program 
Western Carolina College 



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Allen, Oliver 
Ashe, Patsy 
Best, Sam 



Bridges, Carroll 
Briggs, Bernard 
Brown, Herman 



Burleson, T. R., Jr. 
Byers, Alton, Jr. 




IN-SERVICE 



Cam, James, Jr. 
Carter, Robert 
Caudill, J. V. 



Cegburn, Annette 
Clampett, Bill 
Clark, Jerald 



Cunningham, Esther 
Davis, Blake 
Dockery, Jackie 



Echerd, Ray, Jr. 
Ensley, Janie R. 




IN-SERVICE 




Ford, Van 



Galyran, Dale 
Gove, John R., Ill 



Hawkins, Terry 
Henderson, Joseph 
Hernandez, Pedro 



Holcombe, Billy 
Israel Frank 
Jackson, Lloyd 



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Jones, Darrell 






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Jones, Howard 
Krieg, Donald G. 
Lee, Jeanette 



Leuitch, David 
McCall, Joseph 
McClure, David 



McClure, Robert 
Meadows, Lloyd 
Meadows, Violet 



Miller, Laura 
Mitchell, Elizabeth 




IN-SERVICE 




Moore, Levell C. 
Nelson, Charles 
Nelson, Pearl 



Phillips, Juanita 
Pierson, David 
Pulmer, Jean C. 



Ray, Howard 
Reath, Harry E. 
Rhash, Dewaine A. 



Robinson, Ronnie 
Rogers, Dois C. 



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Rogers, Keith 
Sands, Alvin 
Sentelle, Kenneth J. 



Shepherd, Max 
Smith, Jane 
Stamey, Barbara 



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Wise, Robert 
Woodard, Talmadge 



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Abernathy, Ann Marie 

Stanley, N. C. 
Business Administration 



Abrams, Virginia Beatrice 

Rockingham, N. C. 
Biology and Art 
WRA 1,2,3,4 
SNEA 3,4 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4 
Biology Club 3 



Adams, James 
Robson, N. C. 
Social Science 



Adams, James L. 

Kings Mountain, N. C. 
Football 1,2,3,4 



Barrett, Arnold E. 

B.S. in Industrial Technology 



Batten, Linda Rebecca 

Troy, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

Wingate College 1,2 

BSU 

Western Carolina College 



Baucom, Gerald Cable 
Oakboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Business 



Baugh, Dean 

Sylva, N. C. 

B.S. in Social Science 

IRC 



Brittain, Linda Kave 
Hickory, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
SNEA 3,4 
ACE 4 
Radio Club 3 
YDC 3,4 
Dorm Counselor 4 



Brooks, L. John 
Whittier, N. C. 
ACM 



Brown, John P. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 

SAM 1,2,3,4 

YDC 1,2,3,4 

Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4 



Allen, Robert C. 

Asheville, N. C. 

Business 

SAM 



Allison, Robert C. 

Business Administration 
SAM 



Allmon, William Dean 
Webster, N. C. 
Business Administration 



Almon, Jimmv O'Dell 

Asheville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 
SAM 1,2,3,4; Vice-President 4 
Alphi Phi Omega Fraternity 3,4 
Baptist Student Union 1,2,3 



Almon, Carol Anne 

Asheville, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 

SNEA 
ACE 



Andrews, Roland H. 

Hialeah, Florida 
B.S. in Education 
P.E. Club 
Football 4 



Arrington, Barbara Ann 

Balsom, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Barnes, Ernest Bruce 

Thomasville, N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry 
Delta Sigma Phi 
ACS 



Barton, Barbara Chapman 

Hickory, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

WAA 1 

English Seminar 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4 

Alpha Delta Chi Sorority 3,4 

SNEA 3,4 



Biedlei, John L. 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 
Senior Marshal 



Bishop, Rachel Ann 

Cullowhee, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

SNEA 

ACE 

BSU 



Boring, Linda Lou 

Turtletown, Tennessee 

B.S. in Education 

BSU 1,2,3,4 

SNEA 3,4 

ACE 4 

Baptist Choir 2,3,4 



Host, Coy Roscoe 

Lexington, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 

German Club 

Intramurals 

Tennis 



Bowles, Ed 

Mocksville, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
P.E. Club 



Brackett, John Robert 

Morganton, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



liraswell, Charles 

Cullowhee, N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry 
ACS 1,2,3,4 
Band 1.2,3 
Radio Club 1,2,3 
Photography Club 1,2,3 
Catamount 2 



Bridges, James Edward 

Tryon, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 

SAM 



Brown, Mike 
Hillsboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Bruton, John Whither 

Alpha Phi Sigma 

Who's Who in American Colleges 



Bryson, Joan Marie 

Asheville, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
Wesley Foundation 1,2,3,4 
Catamount 2,3 

SNEA 4 
ACE 4 



Buchanan, Philip 

Sylva, N. C. 

B.S. in Biology 

Science Club 

Biology Club; Office 4 

Alpha Phi Sigma; Office 4 



Bryannt, Janice Mae 

Marble, N. C. 

B.S. in Elementary Education 

ACE 3,4 

SNEA 4 



Cabe, Linda Sue Phillips 

Franklin, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
SNEA 



Calloway, Carol 

Franklin, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
SNEA; Office 



Cameron, Rosemary 

Charlotte, N. C. 

IRC 

YDC 

SNEA 



Capps, Mvrtis 

Tuxedo, N. C. 
B.S in Education 
BSU 3,4 



306 



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Carnley, Joe H. 

Niceville, Florida 

B.S. in Biology 

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 1,2,3,4 

Cat Mascot 1,2,3.4 

Biology Club 3,4 

P.E. Club 1 

Radio Club 1 



Carpenter, Janet 

Charlotte, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 

AHEA 

TKE Sweetheart 4 



Carroll, Dorothy Jan 

Maitland, Florida 

B.S. in Home Economics 

AHEA 

WHG 



Cartwright, Hal V. 

Brevard, N. C. 

B.S. in Political Science 



Cauthen, Trudy Ann 

B.S. in Social Science 

Sigma Kappa Sorority 1,2,3,4, 

Offices 3,4 
SNEA 

Treasurer of Senior Class 
Miss Western Carolina College 4 
Homecoming Court 2,3,4; Queen 4 
May Court 1,2,3; Maid of Honor 3 



Chambers, Gerald Thomas 

Murphy, N. C. 

B.S. in English 

Who's Who in American Colleges 

and Universities 4 
Western Carolinian Editor-in-Chief 4 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Office 3,4 
President of English Seminar 4 
SFJC 



Chambers, Thomas Van 

Canton, N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry 



Church, Ann 

North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

AHEA 

WHG Hall Board 



Clark, G. D., Jr. 

Shelby, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Alpha Phi Omega 

SAM 

YDC 



Cline, Rachel 

Cullowhee, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Education 

Phi Beta Lambda 

SNEA 



Clodfelter, William 

Sylva, N. C. 
B.S. in History 



Clontz, Judy 

Charlotte, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Sigma Kappa Sorority 1,2,3,4; 

Office 4 
Marshals Club 3,4 
SAM 4 



Clontz, Mike 

Marion, N. C. 
B.S. in Business 



Cole, Margaret 

Murphy, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Education 

WHG 

Phi Beta Lambda 



Collina, John 

Westfield, N. C. 

B.S. in Industrial Arts 

IA Club 

SNEA 



Cothern, Fred 

Gastonia, N. C. 

B.S. in Political Science 

Lambda Sigma Nu 

YDC 



Courtney, Larry 

Morganton, N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry 
ACS 3,4 



Coviello, Frank G. 

Washington, D. C. 

B.S. in Social Science 

IRC 

YDC 

The Newman Club 



Covington, Dewey 

Mebane, N. C. 

B.S. in Political Science 

Lambda Sigma Nu; Office 4 

YDC 

Geology Lab Assistant 



Cowan, Gwen 

Cullowhee, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Cranford, Margaret 

Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

SNEA 

ACE 

Carolette 



Crawley, Harold W. 

Waynesville, N. C. 
B.S. in Social Science 



Crisp, Lowell 

Fontana Dam, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Education 



Cuthbertson, Jerri 

Crossmore, N. C. 
B.S. in English 
University of Oregon 1.2 



Davis, Judy 

Marion, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

P. E. Club 1,2,3,4; Office 4 

SNEA 3,4 



Davis, Raleigh 

Thomasville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Davis, Theodore 

Etowah, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Kappa Alpha Fraternity 

SAM 



Dawson, William T., Jr. 

Windsor, N. C. 
B.S. in Chemistry 
ACS 2,3,4 



DeHart, Douglas 

Bryson City, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Dellinger, Harold 

SprUce Pine, N. C. 
B.S in Education 
English Seminar 
Band 

SNEA 



Dellinger, Edward 

Iron Station, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 

YDC 



Dills, Billy 

Almond, N C. 
B.S. in Biology 
SNEA 
YDC 



Dinkins, Larry 

Mount Airy, N C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 

French Club 



Dixon, Woodrow 

East Bend, N. C. 
B.S. in Social Science 



Douglass, Jane 

Eau Gallie, Florida 
B.S. in Education 

SNEA 
YDC 



Douthit, Betty 

Black Mountain, N C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

SNEA 

AHEA Office 3 



Dowell, Jean 

Olin, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

SNEA 

P. E. Club Office 

WRA Office 



Senior Directory 



Duckett, John 

Waynesville, N. C. 

B.S. in Chemistry 

ACS 

Wesley Foundation 



Duckworth, Ardith 

Morganton, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

ACE 2,4 

SNEA 3,4 

Delta Sorority 2,3,4; Office 3,4 

Alpha Phi Sigma 4 



Durham, Billy 

Tryon, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 

Alpha Phi Omega 



Flvnn, Kohlan 

Etowah, N. C. 
B.S. in Art 
BSU 
SNEA 



Folson, Bob 

Greensboro, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Forrister, Mary Katherine 

Cullowhee, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Fox, Sherry 

Cullowhee, N. C. 
B.S. in English 
SNEA 4 



Hall, Ronny 

Easley, S. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Hamelton, Ann 
Brevard, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Hampton, Anne 

Cullowhee, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

Delta Zeta Sorority 1,2,3,4 

Nomad Staff 3 



Hansen, Eugene 

Lake Toxaway, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Eaton, William 

Gastonia, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity 



Edwards, Bruce 

Swannanoa, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 4 



Ellis, David 

Spruce Pine, N. C. 
B.S. in Art 
Art Club 



Entwistle, Parker 

Rockingham, N. C. 

B.S. in Industrial Technology 



Evans, Michele 

Asheville, N. C. 
B.S. in English 
Debate Club 3 
Newman Club 3,4 
English Seminar 4 
Catamount 4 
SNEA 4 



Evans, Donald 

Franklin, N. C. 
B.S. in Art 
SNEA 1,2,3,4 
Catamount 4 

Art Club 1,2,3,4 



Farris, Paul 

Gastonia, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

Theta Xi Fraternity 3,4 

SNEA 4 

P. E. Club 3,4 



Ferrell, Raymond 

Miami, Florida 
A.B. in English 



Floyd, Curtis 

Kings Mountain, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Freeman, Larry King 

Asheville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 



Gaddy, Richard 

Wadesboro, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Office 



Game, Peggy Fisher 

Cullowhee, N. C. 

B.S. in Elementary Education 

Drum Majorette 

YDC 



Gatlin, Chet 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Kappa Alpha Fraternity 1,2,3,4 

Vice President Student Body 3 

Western Carolinian 4 

Student Senate 3,4 

YDC 3 

Vice President Senior Class 4 



Glvmph, Joe 

Asheville, N. C. 

B.S. in Psychology 

Kappa Alpha Fraternity 3,4 



Gragg, Malcolm 

Lenoir, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Griffen, Judy 

Clyde, N. C. 

B.S. in Eucation 

ACE 

SNEA 

BSU 



Hall, James 

Asheville, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Hall, Jean 

Sylva, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

WHG 

Moore Hall Board 3,4 



Harbison, Jessie 

Highlands, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
WHG 2,3,4; Office 3,4 
SFJC 4 
Senate 4 
ACE 4 



Hardin, Jake 

Swannanoa, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity 



Harrison, Charlene 

Asheville, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
ACE 4 
SNEA 4 
BSU 2,3,4 
Math 1 



Harris, Fred 

Old Fort, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Theta Xi Fraternity 



Hart, Phyllis Y. 

West Jefferson, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SNEA 

SAM 



Hawkins, Bettv T. 

Cullowhee, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

AHEA 

SNEA 



Hayes, Lorraine 

Asheville, N. C. 
B.S. in Psychology 
Delta Zeta Sorority 
Psychology Club 3.4 
Fine and Industrial 
Radio Club 1,2,3 



2,3,4; Office 2,3,4 
Arts Club 3,4 



Haynes, Gerald 

Clyde, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 



308 



Senior Directory 



Haywood, Robert 

High Point, N. C. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; 
Office 3 



Heatherlv, Robert D. 

Fletcher "N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Helms, Kenneth 

Monroe, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Vice President — Student Body 4 
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity; 

Office 3,4 
SFJC 3,4 
SAM 3,4 
Psychology 3,4 



Hendricks, Larry 

Mocksville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Henry, Sharon 

Maggie Valley, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Education 



Hice, Wanda 

Valdese, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Education 

WRA 

P. E. Club 



Hipps, David 

Canton, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
Alpha Phi Omega 
ACE 

SNEA 



Hire, Vivian Ann 

Clemmons, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Education 

SNEA 3 

Alpha Delta Chi Sorority 3,4; 

Office 3,4 
Greek Council 4 



Hodge, Larry 

Rutherford, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
SAM 



Hollifield, Sonny 

Asheville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Hopper, Wanda 

Highlands, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 



Houston, Shirley 

Franklin, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

WRA 

P. E. Class 



Howard, Danny 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Football 1,2,3,4 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 Office 



Howard, Jerry 

Canton, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Howard, John 

Stanley, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Kalpha Alpha Fraternity 

SAM 



Howard, Nancy 
Franklin, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
SNEA 



Hughes, Jack 

Murphy, N. C. 
B.S. in Biology 
BSU 
Biology Club 



Hughes, Juanita 

Marion, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

A. H. E. A. 

SNEA Office 4 



Hyatt, Charles 

Canton, N. C. 
B.S. in Business 



Hyde, Gail 

Robbinsville, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

YDC 1,2,3,4 

ACE 4 

SNEA 4 

Wesley Foundation 4 



Jenkins, Walter Bryan 

Robbinsville, N. C. 

Social Science and Spanish 

YDC 



Johnson, Barbara Solesbee 

Black Mountain, N. C. 
Social Science 
Concentration in Sociology 
Alpha Xi Delta 



Johnson, Robert W. 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Theta Xi Fraternity 



Johnson, Susan Hull 

Roxboro, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

Marshal's Club 2,3,4 

Cheerleader 1,2 

May Court 2,3 

Delta Sigma Phi Sweetheart 3 



Johnston, Marcus B. 

Tryon, N. C. 
Social Science 



Jolly, Jerry A. 

Concord, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Psychology 

SAM 

Psychology Club 2,3,4 



Jones, Garland T., Jr. 

Cullowhee, N. C. 
Industrial Technology 
Kappa Alpha Order, Office 4 

SAM 4 



Jones, Kenneth Edward 

Franklin, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Alpha Phi Omega 
Catamount 



Jones, Lana Holmes 
Delta Zeta, Office 3 
ACE 1,2,3 
SNEA 1,2,3 
Cheerleader 3 
Kappa Alpha Rose 4 



Jones, Mildred 

Sylva, N. C. 

Business Administration 



Jones, Randall David 

Franklin, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Social Science 



Johnson, Rocky Wynn 

Mocksville, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Marshal's Club 3,4 
Class Officer 2 
Student Senate 1,2,3 



Johnson, Virgil 

Murphy, N. C. 
Dramatic Arts 



Kearns, Emily Sue 

Asheville, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
ACE 

SNEA 



Kelly, Robert J. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Business 

SAM 1,2,3,4 

YDC 1,2,3,4 

Fine Arts Club 1,2,3,4 



Kender, Barbara Jean 

Levittown, Pennsylvania 

Home Economics, Ed. 

SNEA 

American Home Economics Association 



Knight, James C. 

Hillsboro, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Swimming Club 
Photography Club 
SAM 



Koontz, Robert G. 

Murphy, N. C. 

Industrial Arts 

J. V. Basketball 1 

Fine & Industrial Arts Club 3,4 



309 



Senior Directory 



Laughlin, Brenda Kaye 

Laundale, N. C. 
English 
Transfer 1964 
Annual Staff 1,2,3 
Wesley Foundation 1,2,3,4 
Women's House Government 
French Club 1,2 
Women's Chorus 1,2,3 
SNEA 3,4 



Ledbetter, Connie K. 

Sylva, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
SNEA 
ACE 



Ledbetter, Max C. 

Marion, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Social Science 



Lingerfelt, Carlyle 

Bessemer City, N. C. 
Political Science 



Lindsay, William J. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Math Education 
SNEA 



Lloyd, Richard 

Thomasville, N. C. 
Social Science 



Logan, Bette L. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Home Economics 

AHEA 

Sigma Kappa Sorotity 



Long, Brice 

Waynesville, N. C. 

Chemistry 

American Chemical Society 



Long, John Wesley, Jr. 

Cullowhee, N. C. 
Psychology 
Professional Writing 



Losey, Charlene Elaine 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Health & Physical Education 

Math 

Spanish 

Majorettes 1,2,3,4 

SNEA 3,4 

Counselor 3 

WRA 3,4 

P. E. Club 3,4 

Concert Band 1,2,3,4 



Lowe, William 

Clyde, N. C. 

Health & Physical Education 



Ludwig, Alvin G. 

Salisbury, N. C. 
Industrial Arts 
Industrial Arts Club 



Lunsford, Hoyt 

Marble, N. C. 
English 



Lutz, Robert Franklin 

Shelby, N. C. 

Psychology 

Transfer — East Carolina College 

1961-63 
R. S. Woodworth Psychology Club 3,4 



Lutz, Toby 

Bessemer City, N. C. 

Biological Sciences 

Concert Choir 

BSU 

Baptist Choir 



Lytle, Ronnie H. 

Forest City, N. C. 

Business 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4 

Health and P. E. Club 1,2 

Baseball 1 

Greek Counsel 2,3,4 

Counselor 2 



McClure, Kenneth Calvin 

Murphy, N. C. 

Industrial Technology 

Fine and Industrial Arts Club 3,4 

SAM 4 



McClure, Kenneth Aubry 

Canton, N. C. 
Mathematics 



McCormick, Sarah Lackey 

Elementary Education 

President Albright Dormitory 2,3 

SNEA 4 Officer 4 

ACE 2,3,4 

Woman's House Government 2,3 

SNEA 1,2,3 



McCracken, John Carroll 

Waynesville, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Transfer— N. C. State University 

President Senior Class 

President Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 

Senior Senator 

SAM 

Member of Marshal's Club 

Vice President of Greek Council 

Counselor in Dormitory 



McDaniel, Jerry 

Rutherfordton, N. C. 
English 

English Seminar 
Canterbury Club 
SNEA. 

310 



McDaniel, Theresa Diane 

Kings Mountain, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

SNEA 

ACE 

Sigma Kappa Officer 4 

Marshal's Club Officer 4 



McDonald, Larry 

St. Petersburg, Florida 

Health & Physical Education 

Football 

Physical Education Club; Officer 

NEA 

Kappa Alpha Order; Officer 



McFadden, Rose Mary 

Marion, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

SNEA 

CEA 

Radio Club 



McKee, Carol 

Rougemont, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
Wesley Foundation 
SNEA 
ACE 



McKinny, Gerald G. 

Bryson City, N. C. 
Business Administration 



McMinn, Sheila 

Hendersonville, N. C. 
Home Economics 
Concert Choir 
AHEA 



McMurray, Allen Lynn 

Houston, Texas 

Biology 

Kappa Alpha Fraternity 



McMurray, Betty- 
Spruce Pine, N. C. 
Business Education 
Delta Zeta Sorority 2,3,4 
Treasurer 3,4 
SNEA 2,3,4 
Phi Beta Lambda 3,4 
Treasurer 3 
President 4 

Senior Class, Secretary 
SAM 3,4 



McNeely, Marilyn 

Connelly Springs, N. C. 
Physical Education 
Physical Education Club 
Women's Recreation Asst. 
Biologv Club 
SNEA 



McWilliams, Bess V. 

Greer, South Carolina 
Elementary Education 






Senior Directory 



Mabry, Lindsay Allen 

Lexington, N. C. 
Industrial Arts 
Industrial Arts Club 3,4 
SNEA 3,4 



Marchant, Fred Larry 

Gastonia, N. C. 
Business and Psychology 
SAM 

Psychology Club 
Intramural Manager 
Baseball 



Massey, Davia 

Marshall, N. C. 
Home Economics 
ANEA 1,2,3,4 
SNEA 4 
Annual Staff 1 
YRC 1 



Martin, William G. 

Wadesboro, N. C. 
Business Administration 
SAM 



Mathis Marie 

Nebo, N. C. 
French and Spanish 
French Club 1,2,3,4 
Inter-faith Council 3,4 
Inter-club Council 1,2,3,4 
Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4 
Young Democrats 2,3,4 



Mavnard, Willia J. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 
Social Science 



Mock, Brenda L. 

Waynesville, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Kappa Sorority 

WAA 

Physical Education Club 

ACE 

SNEA 

Carolette 

Women's Intramurals 1,2,3 



Moody, Gloria 

Lake Toxaway 
Elementary Education 
Touring Choir 1,2,3,4 
Delta Chi Sorority 2,3,4 
ACE 3 
SNEA 4 

Weslev Foundation 1,2,3,4 
Methodist Choir 1,2,3 
Newspaper Staff 1 



Moodv, Maurice K. 

Sylva, N. C. 
Industrial Technology 



Moore, Dorothy 

Hickory, N. C. 

Mathematics 

SNEA 



Moore, Jerry D. 

Waynesville, N. C. 
Administration Concentration 



Moore, Michael K. 

Whittier, N. C. 
Social Sciences 
Vice-President Day Student Government 



Moses, Shirley Faye 

Sylva, N. C. 

Math 

Counselor 3 

Alpha Phi Sigma 3,4 

Secretary 4 



Nance, Wayne 

Denton, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
Kappa Alpha Order 



Nanney, Bob 

Canton, N. C. 
B.S. in Biology 



Nixon, Frances 

Stanley, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
ACE 
SNEA 



Nix, Methial 

Belmont, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
Delta Zeta Sorority 2,3,4 
TKE Sweetheart 4 



O'Briant, Mark 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Concentration in Industrial Arts 

Football 1 

Industrial Arts Club 3,4 

Kappa Alpha 2,3,4 

Counselor 2,3,4 



Medford, Virginia 

Weaverville, N. C. 
Touring Choir 1,2 
German Club 3 
Dormitory Officer 3,4 
Woman's House Government 3,4 



Melton, Bill, Jr. 

Rockingham, N. C. 

Social Science 

Delta Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4 

Student Body President 3 

Student Sentate 

Who's Who 

Best College Citizen Award 3 

Pledge Class President 1 

Fraternity Social Chairman 2 

Fraternity Rush Chairman 3 

Radio Club 1,2 

SAM 2,3 

Young Democrats 3,4 

Homecoming Committee 2,3,4 



Miller, Linda Lou 

Sylva, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
ACE 2,4 
SNEA 4 



Mintz, Allen Doyle 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

Physical Education 

Physical Education Club 1,2,3,4 

Baseball 1,2,3,4 

NEA 4 



Morgan, Patricia Anne 

Saluda, N. C. 

Social Science Education 

Inter-National Relations Club 

SNEA 

Wesley Foundation 



Morgan, Tom 

Asheboro, N. C. 



History 

Debate Club 

YRC 

Little Theater 



Morphew, Bill 

Robbinsville, N. C. 

Social Science and Spanish 



Morris, James L. 

Bryson City, N. C. 
Business Administration 



Morrow, Gene Raymond 

Franklin, N. C. 
Social Science 



Morton, Otis J. 

Hickory, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Society for Advancement of Management 



O'Grady, Michael 

Neptune Beach, Florida 
Social Science — Concentration 

Sociology 
Football 1 



O'Quinn, Charles W. 

Wadesboro, N. C. 

Social Science 

IRC 3,4 

YDC 3,4 

Concert Chorus 3,4 

Transfer 



Owen, Duna Constance 

Horse Shoe, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

NCEA 

Radio Club 

ACE 



Owen, Donald Alan 

Durham, N. C. 
Political Science 



Owens, Janice 

Columbus, N. C. 

ART 

ACE 

SNEA 

Catamount 

Fine and Industrial Arts Club 



31 I 



Senior Directory 



Owens, Ronald Lee 

Mill Spring, N. C. 

Business Administration 

YRC 

SAM 

Alpha Phi Omega 



Page, Harry 

Asheville, N. C. 
B.S. in Industrial Technology 
Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity 
Fine and Industrial Arts Club 



Payne, Judith 

Marshall, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 



Parker, James 

Murphy, N. C. 
B.S. in Business 



Parrish, Anne 

SNEA 

Alpha Phi Sigma 

Who's Who in American Colleges 



Peden, Vicky 

Gastonia, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

Delta Zeta Sorority 

ACE 

SNEA 

Catamount 



Pell, Joe 

Pilot Mountain, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

SAM 



Peters, Randall 

Ringgold, Georgia 
B.S. in Education 
Delta Sigma Phi 3,4 
Western Carolinian 1,2 
Catamount 3 



Pittman, Julia 

Spruce Pine, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

SNEA 4 

Alpha Phi Sigma 3,4; Officer 3,4 

French Club 2,3,4; Officer 4 

English Seminar 



Pittman, Thomas Dyll 

Florala, Alabama 

B.S. in Education 

SNEA 

ACE 

P. E. Club 

Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity 



Piatt, Nancy 

Crossnore, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

SNEA 

ACE 

YDC 

Wesley Foundation 



Plott, Joesph 

Maggie Valley, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Portis, Letha B. 

Clyde, N. C. 

B.S. in Home Economics 

AHEA 

SNEA 



Price, Elvena 

Hickory, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Western Carolinian Staff 1 
Catamount Staff 2,3,4 
SAM 2,3 

Greek Council 3,4 
Delta Zeta Sorority 1,2 
Officer 2,3,4 



Price, James 

Nebo, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Rankin, Henry III 

Gastonia, N. C. 
Business Administration 



Raxter, Janice Luray 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Math Concentration 
Catamount 1,3,4 
Math Club 1 
YDC 2,4 



Raxter, Kermit R. 

Fontana Dam, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 



Reid, Harry Albert, Jr. 

Davidson, N. C. 
Business Concentration 
SAM 



Reid, John W. 

Pilot Mountain, N. C. 

History 

Western Carolinian 

Sports Editor 3,4 
Greek Council 3,4 
Kappa Alpha Order 3,4; Officer 4 
Senate 3 



Riddle, Sammy 
Hendersonville, N. C. 

Industrial Arts 
NEA 



Roberts, Thomas 

Murphy, N. C. 

Math 

Math Club 



Rogers, Alice A. 

Asheville, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Psychology 

Transfer From Asheville-Biltmore 

Phi Beta Lambda 



Phillips, Dillard 

Sylva, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
German Club 
SNEA 3,4 
YDC 2,4 
BSU 1 



Pichard, Jack 

Greensboro, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

YRC 1,2,3,4 

IRC 3,4 

Western Carolinian 2 



Pierce, Beverly 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

B.S. in Education 

Transfer for College of Albemarle 

ACE 

SNEA 



Pipes, William Roy 

Murphy, N. C. 
B.S. in Biology 
SNEA 4 
Biology Club 4 



Pruett, Steve 

Asheville, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Theta Xi Fraternity; Officer 

SAM 



Ramev, Jackson 

Cullowhee, N. C. 
Biology, B.S. 
Biology Club 
YRC 



Ramsev, Mylie E. 

Cullowhee, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
Home Economics 
AHEA 
SNEA 



Ramsev, Pamela Ann 

Marshall, N. C. 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Alpha Phi Sigma 
SNEA 

Carolett.es 3,4 
Who's Who 4 

312 



Ross, Cleveland Michael 

Marion, North Carolina 

Business Administration Concentration 

SAM 

Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity 



Ross, Hollis Ballard 

Catawba, N. C. 



English 
SNEA 4 
German Club 3 



Rowell, Lannv 

Marion, S. C. 
Biology 
Theta Xi 
Biology Club 



Royal, Betty Hart 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

Transfer From East Carolina College 

Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority 

Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart 

Order of Diana 

ACE 3,4 

SNEA 4 



Senior Directory 



Russell, Louise 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Elementary Education and Special 

Education 
SNEA 
ACE 



Ryder, Fred 

Winter Haven, Florida 
Social Science and Fine Arts 
Tennis Team 
Sigma Phi Kappa 



Sandlin, Betty Ann 

Bryson City, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

ACE 

SNEA 

Gamma Sigma Omicron 



Saunders, Kittv 

Stanley, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
SNEA 
ACE 



Sellers', Bobby 

Cherryville, N. C. 
Business Administration 
SAM 



Setzer, Dianne 

Sylva, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
SNEA 
ACE 



Sharpe, Carolyn Waters 

Elementary Education and Mental 

Retardation 
Radio Club 
SNEA 



Sharpe, Jewel Fox 

Franklin, N. C. 

Physical Education and Biology 

P. E. Club 1,2,3,4 

WRA 



Sharpe, Larry 

Mims, Florida 
Biological Science 



Shaw, Carol Linda 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Social Science 
Alpha Xi Delta 

SNEA 



Shoffner, John Harvey 

Graham, N. C. 
B.S. in Education 
History Concentration 
YDC 



Shroat, Patricia Ann 

Asheville, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

SNEA 

Order of Diana 



Shular, Clifford 

Sylva, N. C. 

B.S. in Education in Chemistry 



Smaur, Harold 

Hickory Grove, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
APO 
SNEA 



Smith, Michael Thomas 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Radio Club 

SAM 

Baseball Team 1,2 



Smith, Morris Zack 

Rutherfordton, N. C. 
Social Science History 



Smith. 

Laure! 



Sara Dianne 

Hill, N. C. 



English 
SNEA 
Nomad Staff 



Sumner, Paul Dean 

Etowah, N. C. 

Industrial Arts and Biology 

Biology Club 



Sumner, Sheila 

Sylva, N. C. 
Psychology 
Psychology Club 



Sutton, Raby Lee 

Old Fort, N. C. 
Math 



Spangenberg, Jane Long 

Franklin, N. C. 
Business Administration 



Stewart, Virginia Dare 

Boomer, N. C. 
Business Administration 

SAM 



Stovall, Tina Lou 

Sylva, N. C. 
Psychology 
Psychology Club 



Stratton, Richard M. 

Hendersonville, N. C. 
Chemistry 



Suggs, Wilen 
APO 
Biology Club 



Swiger, Donna J. 

West Alexander, Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Science 

P. E. Club 

WRA 



Teague, Brenda Dianne 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Alpha Xi Delta 
SNEA 
ACE 



Teague, Shelby Garrett 

Hickory, North Carolina 
Biological Sciences 
Science Club 
Alpha Phi Sigma 



Thomas, E. L., Jr. 

Hickory, N. C. 
Art Education 
Theta Xi Fraternity 
Class Officer 3 

SNEA 



Thomas, Kenneth Earl 

Monroe, N. C. 

B.S. in Industrial Arts 

YDC 

Industrial Arts Club 



Thompson, Charles 

Sylva, N. C. 

Business Administration and Math 

Band 1,2 

YDC 



Thompson, James W., Jr. 

Union Mills, N. C. 

Business Administration Concentration 

SAM 

Alpha Phi Omega 



Shepherd, Dianne Roberts 

Burnsville, N. C. 

Business Education 

SNEA 

Phi Beta Lambda 



Sheppard, Larry Wayman 

Skyland, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Delta Sigma Phi 
SAM 



Spangenberg, Sam 
Franklin, N. C. 
Political Science 



Spangler, Anne 

Shelby, N. C. 

Elementary Education and Mental 

Retardation 
Delta Zeta Sorority 
ACE 
SNEA 

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Thompson, John S. 

Sylva, N. C. 

Business Administration 



Thorpe, Garth 

Miami, Florida 
Biology 
Biology Club 
Weslev Foundation 
Debate Club 



Senior Directory 



Trammel], Janie C. 

Kings Mountain, N. 
B.S. in Education 



C. 



Trull, Charles L. 
Canton, N. C. 
Business Administration 
Industrial Arts 



Tucker, Ruth 

Concord, N. C. 

English 

Alpha Xi Delta 

English Seminar 

SXEA 



Valentine, Ronald 

Point Pleasant, N. J. 

Industrial Arts 

B.S. in Education 

Industrial Arts Club 3,4 

SNEA 

Class Officer 3,4 

Kappa Alpha Fraternity 



Veach, Darrvl Lee 

Mocksville, N. C. 

Business Education 

History 

SAM 

IRC 

YDC 



Walker, Carolyn Ann 

Bryson City, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
SNEA 
ACE 



Walters, Bettv Hill 

Huntersville, N. C. 

Art Education 

Sigma Kappa Sorority; Officer 3,4 

Homecoming Court 2,3 

Mav Court 3 

Class Officer 2,3 

NEA 

Senate 4 



Ward, Allan Kirby 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Business Administration and Math 



Watson, Lloyd Ross 

Mayodan, N. C. 
Physical Education 
P. E. Club 1,2,3,4 
SNEA 



Watterson, Judy Paulette 

Kings Mountain, N. C. 

English and Business Administration 

Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 

Greek Council 

SNEA 



White, Carlas M. 

Midwax, N. C. 

Social Science and Professional 
Writing 



Whitmire, Clara P. 
Waynesville, N. C. 
Home Economics 
SNEA 
AHEA 



Wilkins, Kathrvn 
Chesnee, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
Delta Zeta Sorority 
ACE 
SNEA 



Wilkerson, Dora 

Hillsboro, N. C. 

Math 

Freshman Counselor 



Williams, Douglas 
Spruce Pine, N. C. 
Business Administration 



Williams, Jim 

Franklin, N. C. 
Physical Education 
P. E. Club 
Football 1,2,3,4 



Verne, Gail 

Black Mountain, N. C. 

English 

Carolinian Staff 



Wesbster, Susan 

Elementary Education 

SNEA 

Sigma Kappa Sorority 



Wilson, William Paul 

Sanford, N. C. 
Business Concentration 



Vernelson, John 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Transfer from Spartanburg Jr. College 

English Seminar 

Western Carolinian Columnist 4 



Vestal, John Elov 

Yadkinville, N. C. 

Art 

Drama 

History 

YDC 

Little Theater 



Vinson, Gene 

Lockhart, S. C. 
Business Administration 
Alpha Phi Omega 
SAM 



Wade, Alice A. 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Music Education 
Sigma Kappa Sorority 
Marshal's Club 
MENC 



Weeks, Benjamin F. 

Andrews, N. C. 

Business Administration and Math 



Wells, Patricia Jane 

Leicester, N. C. 
Elementary Education 
SNEA 
YDC 



Wells, Carol 

Leicester, N. C. 
Chemistry Education 
SNEA 
German Club 



Welsh, John P. 

Lexington, Virginia 
Social Science 



West, Dan 

High Point, N. C. 
Political Science 
Theta Xi Fraternity 
Class Officer 3,4 



Wilson, Thomas Edward 

Jacksonville, N. C. 
Business Concentration 
Senator 1 



Withrow, Alan T. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Business Administration 

Who's Who 4 

SAM 1,2,3,4; Officer 4 

Alpha Phi Omega 3,4; Officer 4 

Catamount; Business Manager 



Womble, Samuel Wilson 

Sanford, N. C. 
Industrial Arts 



Woodbury, William Henrv, Jr. 

Asheville, N. C. 
Psychology 
Psychology Club 
Radio Club 
Inter-faith Council 



Woodrull, Philip Charles 
Berlin, Conn. 
Physical Education 
J. V. Basketball 
Physical Education Club 



Wade, James A., Jr. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Officer 4 

Western Carolinian 1 

SAM 2,3,4 



Whitaker, Patricia Jane 

Durham, N. C. 

Band 1,2,3,4 

Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 

SNEA 

Alpha Phi Omega Sweetheart 



Wright, Zoolie 

Canton, N. C. 

Elementary Education 

Cavolettes 

ACE 

SNEA 



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THE MEAD CORPORATION 



"Paper Makers to America' 



Sylva Division 
Sylva, N. C. 



J. PRESSLEY Ltd. 




44 Patton Ave. 
Asheville, N. C. 

'Asheville's Newest Fashion 
Center For Men" 



'And For Women Who Care What Their 
Men Wear" 



Charlie's 



'The Best Place To Eat" 



24-Hour Service 



Waynesville, N. C. 



BELK'S 

"Your Home of Better Values 
in Asheville" 

We are always ready to serve you, with 
courtesy, prompt attention, and offer- 
ing the very best merchandise available 
at prices the customers are glad to pay. 



Compliments of 



CAROLINA PHARMACY 



Franklin, North Carolina 



The Sisters of 

DELTA ZETA 

Extend 

CONGRATULATIONS 

To The 

CLASS OF 66 




THE BURGER BOX 

"Where Quality, Prices, and Taste are 
Born — NOT RAISED 



WHITMAN'S BAKERY 

"Ler Us Bake For You" 

Main Street Phone GL 6-8271 

Waynesville, N. C. 



Compliments of 

THE JARRETT HOUSE 

Fine Food and Lodging Since 1890 

Dillsboro, North Carolina 




BALL PHOTO 

Everything Photographic 

8 Wall Street 

Asheville, N. C. 254-3994 




things go 

better,! . 
~Wlth 1 f 



Happy 
Choice 



BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 

Coca-Cola Bottling Company, 
Asheville, N. C. 



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THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO. 



Printers 

"Best Wishes Seniors" 
Sylvo, N. C. 




COLLEGE GULF SERVICE 

Tires, Batteries, Accessories 
Wash — Polish — Lubrication 



Phone: 293-3140 



Highway 1 07 



Cullowhee, N. C. 



WILSON AND DILLARD 
OIL CO. 

Home Heating Oils 




586-9168 
"We give S&H Green Stamps" 




THE SISTERS OF ALPHA 
XI DELTA 



extend 

Congratulations To The 

Class of '66 



BROWN COMPANY 

'Students Are Always Welcome' 
Cullowhee, N. C. 



ENSLEY'S SUPER MARKET 

Fresh Meat and Produce 

Fancy Foods Frozen Foods 

Dry Goods and Notions 

WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS 
Sylva, N. C. 



COMPLETE BEAUTY CULTURE 

Capable Modern 

Operators Styles 

MERLE NORMAN STUDIO 

AND 
Bradley's House of Beauty 



Cullowhee, N. C. 
293-5251 



1 10 Main Street 

Waynesville, N. C. 

456-5922 



THE 
SPORTS MART, INC. 

Whatever The Game — Remember 

The Name 

32 Battery Park Avenue 

Asheville, N. C. 
Telephone ALpine 4-3563 



HUB'S AUTO SERVICE 

"Specializes in Volkswagens 
and General Repairs 

Phone 586-4881 



Compliments of 

SYLVA CLEANERS AND 
LAUNDRY 

"Leave us your dirt" 



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Compliments of 



NEHI BOTTLING 
COMPANY, INC. 

Nehi - Par-T-Pak - R. C. Cola 



Bryson City, N. C. 
Telephone 3705 



THE LODGE 

"Catering To Fraternities 
And Sororities" 

Waynesville, North Carolina 



PRESSLEY AND ANGEL 
BARBER SHOP 

in Cullowhee — Beside Brown's General Store 
Clarence Pressley — Pat Angel 

WELCOME FRESHMEN 

8:00 a.m. — 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday 

8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday 

Closed Wednesday 

"WE BACK THE CATS" 



Compliments of 

CANNON SHELL 

"Put a Bomb in your Tank" 

Ben Cabe, Manager 




Compliments of 



Compliments of 



FRANKLIN INSURANCE AGENCY 



Melvin "Pete" Penland 




HOOPER'S DRUG STORE 

Phone 586-2213 
Sylva, N. C. 



ROGER'S ESSO SERVICE 

"Where Service is our Business" 

293-9421 
Cullowhee, N. C. 




THE PI DELTA CHAPTER 

OF 

ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

NATIONAL SERVICE FRATERNITY 



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BANK OF FRANKLIN 

Organized 1903 
Member F.D.I.C. 

ifonqratulations 

*^ J to the 

class of 




1966 



Compliments of 



FRANKLIN 5 & 10 



Franklin, North Carolina 



CULLOWHEE CAFE 

Located on Cullowhee Highway 

Open 6:00 A.M. -9:00 P.M. 

7 Days a Week 
Club Accommodation To 25 

Berlin Ashe, Prop. 
Franklin, North Carolina 



SYLVA POWER SAW COMPANY 



Homelite Saws 
Pumps & Generators f 



134 East Main Street 




We Service 
What We Sell 



Phone 586-4105 

Sylva, N. C. 



SYLVA TIRE COMPANY 



Quality Tires And 
Recapping 



108 E. Main St. 
Sylva, N. C. 

Phone 586-2416 



FOOD PALACE 



GOOD>*YEAR 
- TIRES - 



MEATS**^ 
VEGETABLES 



ROLLING GREEN MOTEL 



Highway 107 



Mrs. Lee, Prop. 



586-4151 



SYLVA FLOWER SHOP 

"Flowers for all occasions" 

Phone 586-2140 




Franklin, North Carolina 



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BARNEY'S RESTAURANT 



'Known For Home Cooking' 



Phone: 586-4110 



Jim Barnwell, Prop. 



PROFESSIONAL DRUGS STORE 

"Best Wishes To The Class 
Of 1966" 

Sylva, N. C. 






Congratulations 

Alan & David (And Class of '66) 



So many good things begin with 




American Enka is one of the large producers of 
man-made fihers in the United States and is also a 
manufacturer of plastic covered wire and cable and 
dielectric materials. 

The Company has production capacity for 300- 
million pounds yearly of nylon, polyester and 
rayon. Basic markets for Enka products are ap- 
parel, tire cord, household furnishings, industrial 
applications, automobile industry, public utilities 
and municipalities and space and defense appli- 
cations. 

American Enka, with headquarters at Enka, 
North Carolina, operates six plants in three states 
and employs 9,000 persons. The Company has 
shown a steady growth pattern during its 37-year 
existence. Capital assets are more than $210 mil- 
lion and sales were $175 million in 1964. 



Enka is a Company "on the move." It is well 
staffed with a young, intelligent, highly proficient, 
and aggressive group of managers, scientists and 
technicians who are dedicated to their jobs. 

Enka has an extensive research program directed 
toward the development of new products and the 
improvement of current ones. The research staff 
numbers more than 300. 

Engineers and scientists — there are opportuni- 
ties with Enka. 




Interested'? For more comprehensive information 
write: Employment Manager, American Enka 
Corporation, Enka, North Carolina. 



AMERICAN 



e n ka 



CORPORATION ENKA, NORTH CAROLINA 



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BELK'S DEPARTMENT 
STORE 

"The home of better . value" 

H. J. Landis, Mgr. 
Phone JU 6-2015 Sylva, N. C. 



SHEPPE'S 

Everything in Women's Wear 

Main Street Waynesville, N. C. 




HOLLIFIELD JEWELERS 

Watches — Diamonds — Jewelry 

Phone JU 6-4274 
Sylva, N. C. 




Sylva, North Carolina 



COGDILL MOTOR CO. 

Your Dodge, Dart, Chrysler, Plymouth 
Dealer 

Dodge Trucks 
586-2618 



Main and Mill Sts. 



Sylva, N. C. 



'Come Alive, You're In The 
Pepsi Generation" 




PEPSI-COLA 




BRYSON CITY PEPSI-COLA 
BOTTLING COMPANY, INC. 



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NANTAHALA CREAMERY 


EASTGATE PHARMACY 
SYLVA PHARMACY INC. 




The Rexall Store 




Sylva, N. C. 




"Complete Prescription Service" 


"Quality Dairy Products" 




A. B. Slagle, Owner 


Compliments of 


Erwin Patten, Mgr. 


MACON COUNTY 




SUPPLY COMPANY 




Franklin, North Carolina 




WINNER'S 


Franklin, North Carolina 


Asheville, N.C. Canton, N. C. 


A LIFT FOR LIFE! 


C. C. PEARCE, III 
Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. 


«^y 


(p$\) PEARCE • YOUNG • ANGEL CO. 


J^2£a0i 


^^^^—^^^^ SERVICE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 


^^ 


Service Food Distributors 


P. 0. Box 252, 109 Roberts St. 


^ 


Asheville, N. C. 28802 


CLYDE'S DRIVE-IN 


Telephone 252-6751 


RESTAURANT 




"Where The Home Folks Eat" 


Compliments of JHaLv 


— Air Conditioned — 


the MEN at ~ Ifir 


1229 Balsam Road 


The MAN Store 


Waynesville, N. C. 


Asheville, N. C. 



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SYLVIA INSURANCE AGENCY 



J. H. Morris 
SYLVA, N. C. 



Compliments of 

CLARK'S AUTO PARTS 

"Your Independent' Garage" 

JU 6-4357 Sylva, N. C. 



TURNER & SON, INC. 



MAIN STREET 



WAYNESVILLE, 



N. C. 



MOSS' GENERAL STORE 



Special Services to Faculty and Students 



Phone 2281 



Cullowhee, N. C. 



PERRY'S DRUG STORE 



"Best Wishes to the Class of '66" 



Compliments of 
Dial JU 6-2183 

HAYES & HOPSON 

OF SYLVA, INC. 
EVERYYTHING AUTOMOTIVE 

Cullowhee Rd. P. 0. Box 595 



Franklin, N. C. 



BELK-HUDSON'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

"The home of better value" 

Waynesville, I C 



OF SYLVA 
IT'S SMART TO BE THRIFTY 



CAMPBELL ELECTRIC CO. 

Sylva, N. C. 
586-2513 



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SMATHER'S SUPERMARKET 

"Canton's Finest" 

118 Main St. Plenty of Parking 



THE TRAILER 
DISCOUNT PACKAGE STORE 

Ice Cold Beverages 

Balsam Road 
WAYNESVILLE, N. C. 



Compliments of 



CON LEY MOTOR CO. 



'Your Friendly FORD Dealer" 



Franklin, North Carolina 



WE NOW HAVE THE LARGEST 
VARIETY OF TRADITIONAL AND 
COUNTRY CLOTHING IN THE 
SOUTH 

(Eiilbg? (tetter 

9 Kitchen Place 
254-0418 




253-7366 



(&utvm#t BV P 

5 Kitchen Place 
253-6439 



TRY OUR 










THE COLLEGE SHOP 



Support Your Athletic Association 
Bob Foxx, Mgr. 




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PET MILK CO. 



PET 




Dairy Division 



Pasteurized Dairy Products 



Pet Ice Cream 



'A Health Food' 



Waynesville, N. C. 



LEWIS ESSO SERVICENTERS 

"Our Care Saves Wear" 



East Main 
586-9050 



(fsso) 



West Main 
586 9166 



Sylva, North Carolina 



HAV-A-TAMPA JEWELS 

"The Cigar For Men That 
Women Love" 

With exclusive Birchwood tip 

CLARK-FOWLER CIGAR CO. 



REECE-HAMPTON FORD CO. 




110 E. Main St. 

Sylva, N. C. 
Phone 586-2313 




1480 KC. 



5000 Watts 



RADIO STATION WMSJ 

"Your Mountain Empire Station" 



GRADUATES 



ALEXANDER 

NEWS 

CO. 




James B. Childress 

President 
General Manager 



Phone 
586-2221 
586-4858 



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THE VARSITY SHOP 




The hub of fashion in Cullowhee 



SAN FORD'S FOOD TO GO 

Picnic Boxes 

Golden Brown Chicken & Shrimp 

And Oysreis Phone "YO" Orders 

Phone 586-4096 



Compliments of 



SOSSAMON FURNITURE 
COMPANY, INC. 

"Everything For Your Home" 

Sylva, North Carolina 
Phone 586-2125 



THE FASHION SHOP 





'Where Fashions Begin" 

Franklin, N. C. 




Greetings and Best Wishes 

to the 

Students and Faculty 

of 

Western Carolina College 



Congratulations to the Class of 1966 



CHAMPION PAPERS INC. 



Carolina Division 



Canton, North Carolina 




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TOWN HOUSE MOTOR 
COURT 

"We are Happy to Serve You" 

Be Sure to See Our "New" Modern 
Rooms 

T.V's and Phones 

586-2123 

Sylva, N. C. 



WILSON INSURANCE CO. 



Sylva, N. C. 



F & P SUPER MARKET 



Sylva, N. C. 



CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE 
CLASS OF 1966 




THETA XI 
FRATERNITY 




MMkU POWER 

and 

LIGHT 



Compliments of 

ANGEL'S DRUG STORE 

Franklin, North Carolina 
Phone LAfayette 4-2418 



JACKSON FURNITURE CO. 

A Complete Line of 

Home Furnishings 

Sylva, N. C. 586-2617 



EAGLE'S FIVE and TEN 

Sylva's Largest Variety Store 
Sylva, N. C. 



KIRK DAVIS 
CHEVROLET CO., INC. 



Sylva 



CHEVROLET 



North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

BELL DISTRIBUTING CO. 

Asheville, N. C. 
"Your Food Supplier" 



WAYNESVILLE JEWELRY 
STORE 

Watches — Diamonds — Jewelry 
Complete Bridal Service 

Waynesville, N. C. 
China, Silver & Crystal 



SYLVA COAL & LUMBER CO. 

"Everything for building, from 
Tree to Key." 

Phone 586-2410 

RCA T.V. - Stereo 

Norge Appliance 

Pee Gee Paint 
A Complete Hardware Store 



THE VILLAGE STORE 



Compliments of 
J. Austin Hooper 



SALEM UNIFORM RENTAL 
SERVICE 



293-941 1 



Cullowhee, N. C. 



HOTEL LLOYD 

Owned and Operated by 
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Landis 



Main Street 



Sylva, N. C. 




Winston-Salem 
North Carolina 



SCHULMAN'S 

OF 
SYLVA, N. C. 




JIM ALLMAN 

Representative 

9 W. Main Street 
Sylva, N. C. 



We Specialize In Nationally Known 



Quality Clothing With The 



THE VILLAGE STORE 

Compliments of 
J. Austin Hooper 



293-941 



Cullowhee, N. C. 



College Look. 



THE JACKSON COUNTY 

SAVINGS AND LOAN 

ASSOCIATION 

Sylva, North Carolina 28779 



100% For W. C. C. 



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SERVICE WE AIM FOR 
BECAUSE REPEAT BUSINESS 



IS THE ONLY BUSINESS 



MR. FRANK ARNETTE 



P. 0. Box 78 



Waynesville, N. C. 



GL 6-9974 



Photographer 



YOUR 




REPRESENTATIVE 
COMPLIMENTS AND 
CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE 



CLASS OF 1966 



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WAYNESVILLE COUNTRY CLUB 



We are proud of our relationship with 

Western Carolina College 

You are invited to use our initiation 

and banquet facilities. 



One of the better Golf Courses. 

our fairways are irrigated. 

Phone 456-3551 

Owned and operated by Woody & Co. Inc. 

Jonathan Woody, President . . . Class of 1914 

Chairman of Trustees of Western Carolina College. 

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TOWN and COUNTRY 


Compliments of 


BARBER SHOP. 

Compliments To The Class of '66 




Congratulations 




1966 Graduates 


THE TOWNHOUSE 




- 


CATAMOUNT STAFF 




Alan T. Withrow, Bus. Mgr. 


Cullowhee, N. C. 


Kathy Abbot, Editor 




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